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Blue Lady in Vermilion Hue :1 : 2019

Looking for a statement piece?   A stunning artwork that is an absolute visual feast. Created using mixed media on quality Saunders Waterford 300gsm watercolour paper.

This is a follow on from an Art work which was completed in 2017 for my first Solo Exhibition, “The Painted Ladies” at Ten Thousand Paces Gallery Bowral. This striking artwork was created using a Art Model 6 ,live model book by Maureen and Douglas Johnson. Which when I haven’t had a chance to get to a life drawing session I use this fantastic resource. The models pose is of the classic introvert / extrovert, she wants to be seen but she doesn’t.

These ‘Colour Play’ artworks were inspired by some of my favourite Great Masters such as Toulouse Lautrec and Matisse. This piece is also a fun colour play using the complimentary colours of blue and orange and of course a little play on words! Its ironic that the “Blue Lady” does not seem very Blue at all but actually very self composed and assured of herself .. a little of that Vermillion Hue permeating perhaps?

 

Blue Lady in Vermilion Hue : 1

Marguerite Bonwick

AUD$230
Size: 57w x 75h cms
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Mixed media on watercolour paper
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Blue Lady in Vermilion Hue :1 : 2019

Looking for a statement piece?   A stunning artwork that is an absolute visual feast. Created using mixed media on quality Saunders Waterford 300gsm watercolour paper.

This is a follow on from an Art work which was completed in 2017 for my first Solo Exhibition, “The Painted Ladies” at Ten Thousand Paces Gallery Bowral. This striking artwork was created using a Art Model 6 ,live model book by Maureen and Douglas Johnson. Which when I haven’t had a chance to get to a life drawing session I use this fantastic resource. The models pose is of the classic introvert / extrovert, she wants to be seen but she doesn’t.

These ‘Colour Play’ artworks were inspired by some of my favourite Great Masters such as Toulouse Lautrec and Matisse. This piece is also a fun colour play using the complimentary colours of blue and orange and of course a little play on words! Its ironic that the “Blue Lady” does not seem very Blue at all but actually very self composed and assured of herself .. a little of that Vermillion Hue permeating perhaps?

 

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