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Australian Bird Painting – Lorikeets – Homeward – Australian Bird series by Debbie Parker

Homeward was conceived by watching the lorikeets coming home to roost at the end of the day in the trees around my home.

Being an expressive painter – I deconstruct the forms and rely on emotional translations. My handling of environments is never literal; I want some things to be lost and rediscovered in the translation.

I’ve been an artist for more than 25 years and in that time my interests have remained around the things I see here in Australia mostly landscape. I’ve exhibited in galleries and events on east coast of Australia during that time and concentrated my efforts on Australian scenes and Birds with Movement and Light painted in my own style of “expressive impressionism” or “Post Impressionism”.
I used transparent watercolour to begin with and took the things I learned from experimenting with water-based mediums on paper to acrylic medium on stretched canvas or linen. It’s a process of using multiple transparent layers of paint and dry medium fixed with acrylic painting medium. Because it takes some time for the layers to dry between coats I work in series of several similarly themed paintings over a matter of weeks. This allows me to incorporate random water and brushwork effects into the representational forms I create. All my works are original ideas and subjects are not reproduced unless in a completely different composition.

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Transparent Glazes have been used in a unique way to give a more translucent effect. I use the best quality paints and mediums I can get to create the finish that I like and put them on beautiful fine quality linen or canvas stretched over kiln dried pine stretchers, thick edged,  painted around the edges and ready to hang. The work has generously sized D hooks and cord at the back. It is varnished twice to protect and enhance the surface.

Homeward – Lorikeets

Debbie Parker

AUD$1,250
Size: 101w x 76h x 3.5d cms
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Australian Bird Painting – Lorikeets – Homeward – Australian Bird series by Debbie Parker

Homeward was conceived by watching the lorikeets coming home to roost at the end of the day in the trees around my home.

Being an expressive painter – I deconstruct the forms and rely on emotional translations. My handling of environments is never literal; I want some things to be lost and rediscovered in the translation.

I’ve been an artist for more than 25 years and in that time my interests have remained around the things I see here in Australia mostly landscape. I’ve exhibited in galleries and events on east coast of Australia during that time and concentrated my efforts on Australian scenes and Birds with Movement and Light painted in my own style of “expressive impressionism” or “Post Impressionism”.
I used transparent watercolour to begin with and took the things I learned from experimenting with water-based mediums on paper to acrylic medium on stretched canvas or linen. It’s a process of using multiple transparent layers of paint and dry medium fixed with acrylic painting medium. Because it takes some time for the layers to dry between coats I work in series of several similarly themed paintings over a matter of weeks. This allows me to incorporate random water and brushwork effects into the representational forms I create. All my works are original ideas and subjects are not reproduced unless in a completely different composition.

Quality Materials

Transparent Glazes have been used in a unique way to give a more translucent effect. I use the best quality paints and mediums I can get to create the finish that I like and put them on beautiful fine quality linen or canvas stretched over kiln dried pine stretchers, thick edged,  painted around the edges and ready to hang. The work has generously sized D hooks and cord at the back. It is varnished twice to protect and enhance the surface.

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