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The Pictish Wolf by Susannah Paterson – The Pictish Wolf is the second in a new body of work inspired by the Pictish carvings on ancient standing stones in my Scottish homeland. The Picts lived in the north of Scotland around 1000 AD, and not much is known about them, except the stones they left behind. The wolf is one of the many animals that appears on stones everywhere .. he is probably my favourite, not least because of the dog connection.

I have re-imagined the line drawing in three dimensions with a touch of the surreal too. Images of discs, assumed to be the moon, or planets, appear on the stones, so I’ve included a couple of those.

The painting is on polyester canvas which I have glued to some marine grade plywood (archival safe glue of course). The canvas is gessoed before being painted on. It does require a frame.

The Pictish Wolf

Susannah Paterson

AUD$780
Size: 91w x 61h x 1d cms
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Oil on board

Unframed – requires framing to hang

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The Pictish Wolf by Susannah Paterson – The Pictish Wolf is the second in a new body of work inspired by the Pictish carvings on ancient standing stones in my Scottish homeland. The Picts lived in the north of Scotland around 1000 AD, and not much is known about them, except the stones they left behind. The wolf is one of the many animals that appears on stones everywhere .. he is probably my favourite, not least because of the dog connection.

I have re-imagined the line drawing in three dimensions with a touch of the surreal too. Images of discs, assumed to be the moon, or planets, appear on the stones, so I’ve included a couple of those.

The painting is on polyester canvas which I have glued to some marine grade plywood (archival safe glue of course). The canvas is gessoed before being painted on. It does require a frame.

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