Sienna by Patrick Palmer 
Oil Painting - Giclee print
Edition number 5th of 50
Image size: H:48 cm x W:32 cm
Complete Size of Unframed Work: H:48 cm x W:32 cm x D:.25cm
Please note that insitu images are purely an indication of how a piece may look
Near-perfect Digital Reproductions of my paintings with my signature yellow background.
The rint run is limited to just 50, as they are designed to be collector’s items.
Each is printed on Leonardo canvas (Museum Quality) and come signed, numbered and with a Certificate of Authenticity.
Sienna depicts the back of a black and white nude female figure against a background of orange and blue hues. The oils blend together to create a sense of ethereal calm. Her figure fades seamlessly into her surroundings, her cool grey form almost seeping into the left of the canvas amongst the warmth. As her gently turned head vanishes into the background we are unable to identify the face of the figure; instead the viewer is left to focus on the beauty of the human form.
Patrick Palmer artist with Wychwood Art. Patrick is an established artist specialising in the female form – subtle, classical nudes in oil and red chalk. He left a successful career in media at the age of 40 to pursue his childhood ambition. After attending life-drawing classes for 15 years and studying at Heatherleys (London)
and NCAD (Dublin) he is considered one of the Uk's leading figure artists.
He teaches life-drawing Windsor's art centre – The Old Court.
His work is featured in 'Images of Women in Art' and on the cover of 'Musings of Miss Yellow'.
Whilst an element of realism is important, I try to move beyond artistic convention and avoid an image that is too predictable. Realism is not enough - what you take away and what you add to what you see are what transform a picture into art. I believe that the viewer wants to see a
degree of draughtsmanship from an artist but they deserve more than this. I aspire to make my pictures touch people personally and to be considered simple works of beauty. “Patrick Palmer is a modern master of figurative art. His post-romantic nudes are not only exquisitely painted, but also dreamy, delicate and suggestive. They only hint at sensuality and
evoke fantasy in the subtle and elegant manner that distinguishes art from pornography.”
Patrick Palmer artist is shown in Wychwood Art gallery and online . Please call 07799 535 765 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .