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- Artist Bio
Janette George primarily paints landscapes and seascapes. She finds she is drawn to expressing places she has visited where light and colour interact to provide beauty – wide expansive skies, the hues of nature, reflections in water, textures and layers. Janette loves how colour can be built up and blended from its constituents.
Working initially with acrylic paint with a lot of water, she lets the paint move and disperse to give the effects achieved in the sky, sea and land. Janette then uses her oils to complete the painting, enabling her to create the depth and levels of colour, constantly blending and mixing the paint to produce the hue and texture needed.
This painting is part of a series and was inspired by a trip to Miami South Beach. Located along its length are these beach hut / lifeguard stations that are each unique in shape and colour, providing something fun and frivolous against the backdrop of the beautiful Atlantic coast.
Finished framed size is 29 cm by 29 cm.
Size: H:25 cm x W:25 cm