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I like to paint with a limited pallet as it allows me to concentrate on composition, value, lighting and encourages me to focus on the image as a whole. Line, shape, and color are what creates a pleasing composition.

I have always felt that communication between artwork and viewer is crucial. If my art is able to elicit a feeling from the audience, if I have been able to evoke a mood or idea, then I am happy.

This is a small artwork, painted with the view that it may be placed on a shelf or hung on a wall where a large painting would not fit.  I personally have many small artwork pieces scattered throughout my house and they provide interesting splashes of colour and curiosity in areas that would otherwise be bland.

This is done in my abstract figurative style with the female form as the subject. As is my normal practice, I commence a new piece by laying down multiple layers of paint onto the board in various shapes and thicknesses utilising my collection of new and old loved brushes, palette knives and a diverse collection of odd tools.

During this process my subject matter starts to show itself amongst the colour and shapes.  I then continue to paint the piece to reflect my intended topic. I find this method of painting to be exciting; it keeps me on my toes and forces me to use my imagination.

This small artwork is painted with the view that it may be placed on a shelf or hung on a wall where a large painting would not fit.

Genie and the Lamp

Susanne Bianchi

AUD$180
Size: 28w x 28h x 3d cms
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Acrylic on board

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Additional Information

I like to paint with a limited pallet as it allows me to concentrate on composition, value, lighting and encourages me to focus on the image as a whole. Line, shape, and color are what creates a pleasing composition.

I have always felt that communication between artwork and viewer is crucial. If my art is able to elicit a feeling from the audience, if I have been able to evoke a mood or idea, then I am happy.

This is a small artwork, painted with the view that it may be placed on a shelf or hung on a wall where a large painting would not fit.  I personally have many small artwork pieces scattered throughout my house and they provide interesting splashes of colour and curiosity in areas that would otherwise be bland.

This is done in my abstract figurative style with the female form as the subject. As is my normal practice, I commence a new piece by laying down multiple layers of paint onto the board in various shapes and thicknesses utilising my collection of new and old loved brushes, palette knives and a diverse collection of odd tools.

During this process my subject matter starts to show itself amongst the colour and shapes.  I then continue to paint the piece to reflect my intended topic. I find this method of painting to be exciting; it keeps me on my toes and forces me to use my imagination.

This small artwork is painted with the view that it may be placed on a shelf or hung on a wall where a large painting would not fit.