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The Two Waterfalls.

Shown in the third image are two versions of the same painting – the first a snapshot taken just before the onset of a sudden violent storm; the second is the actual finished painting.

First version. Here the river, or idea of the river, is painted white and dominates the canvas. It could be a syllable or a white letter fallen from the sky. It is cool where the water plunges into the ravine and all of summer seems condensed in a dewdrop.

Second version. A dramatic portrayal of the ‘southerly buster’ as a hooded Titan hurling stones (crystallized lightnings).

I prefer a tranquil depiction and yet if a storm comes I must paint it. Beneath the surface of this painted storm is the hidden image of the first reverie.

At the Waterfall

Tillian

AUD$950
Size: 122w x 92h x 2d cms
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Flow Acrylic on cradled panel

Gloss varnished with UV protection

Edges sealed with black lacquer

Ready to hang

I am reducing the price of this painting, along with others, to raise funds for a fresh series of friezes and artworks. I’ll keep you posted. Thank you for your interest and patronage.

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The Two Waterfalls.

Shown in the third image are two versions of the same painting – the first a snapshot taken just before the onset of a sudden violent storm; the second is the actual finished painting.

First version. Here the river, or idea of the river, is painted white and dominates the canvas. It could be a syllable or a white letter fallen from the sky. It is cool where the water plunges into the ravine and all of summer seems condensed in a dewdrop.

Second version. A dramatic portrayal of the ‘southerly buster’ as a hooded Titan hurling stones (crystallized lightnings).

I prefer a tranquil depiction and yet if a storm comes I must paint it. Beneath the surface of this painted storm is the hidden image of the first reverie.

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