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REK continues his ongoing study of the hypnotic magnolia flower in the large scale, bold abstract work.  Taking on a graffiti style of medium application using a huge 8 inch brush and iridescent gold acrylic pens on gallery quality stretched canvas. The soft and delicate structure of the flower is juxtaposed by the application of the medium.

The artist’s gregarious nature is embodied in this recent work. the liquified paint drops emulate rain drops and bring movement to the piece, which celebrates spring time and the hopeful dawning of a new chapter post covid lockdowns in Australia.

The citrus scent and beautiful cream blooms of this tree last only a day or two making their achingly beautiful and structural blossoms even more captivating as a result of their temporary nature – REK explores the briefness of beauty, in only a day the blooms turn from Creamy white to rusty orange. The artist collects these flowers from trees adjoining his studio, over the course of the art works creation they open causing the fluid change of the painting as it progresses.  As the petals open REK captures the changing structure of the flowers using loose outlines in acrylic pen or other medium,  worked over the top of the layers set down the previous morning.

Magnolia no 8 (Les Graffitis 2)

REK

AUD$2,850
Size: 150w x 76h x 4d cms
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Multilayered acrylic and other mediums on 100% linen stretched canvas

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REK continues his ongoing study of the hypnotic magnolia flower in the large scale, bold abstract work.  Taking on a graffiti style of medium application using a huge 8 inch brush and iridescent gold acrylic pens on gallery quality stretched canvas. The soft and delicate structure of the flower is juxtaposed by the application of the medium.

The artist’s gregarious nature is embodied in this recent work. the liquified paint drops emulate rain drops and bring movement to the piece, which celebrates spring time and the hopeful dawning of a new chapter post covid lockdowns in Australia.

The citrus scent and beautiful cream blooms of this tree last only a day or two making their achingly beautiful and structural blossoms even more captivating as a result of their temporary nature – REK explores the briefness of beauty, in only a day the blooms turn from Creamy white to rusty orange. The artist collects these flowers from trees adjoining his studio, over the course of the art works creation they open causing the fluid change of the painting as it progresses.  As the petals open REK captures the changing structure of the flowers using loose outlines in acrylic pen or other medium,  worked over the top of the layers set down the previous morning.

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