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Restitution was painted in monoprint style with ink, acrylic, gouache on textured watercolour paper. The portrait subject in the work is poised, still and reflective in contrast to a background of flux and turmoil.  It is a portrayal of man trying to restore some inner balance against life’s slings and arrows.  The symbolism of the still life of fruit in the background reflect the forces the objects are up against.

It is a theme I have revisited a number of times over the years and working on paper with monoprint and water based materials have given me dual applications of both hard edge and fluidity with respect to the subject matter.

This painting was a labour of love and had many challenges.  Monoprint requires painting in reverse on glass or perspex and accurately lining up on registration marks, turning over glass onto paper and printing the work.  It took over 25 layers to complete the painting.

The work won first prize in the Sawtell Art Prize, NSW.

Restitution

Kathryn Fenton

AUD$1,200
Size: 86w x 110h x 4d cms
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Painted in monoprint style with ink acrylic gouache on textured watercolour paper

Professionally framed with white matt and white timber deep gallery style frame

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Restitution was painted in monoprint style with ink, acrylic, gouache on textured watercolour paper. The portrait subject in the work is poised, still and reflective in contrast to a background of flux and turmoil.  It is a portrayal of man trying to restore some inner balance against life’s slings and arrows.  The symbolism of the still life of fruit in the background reflect the forces the objects are up against.

It is a theme I have revisited a number of times over the years and working on paper with monoprint and water based materials have given me dual applications of both hard edge and fluidity with respect to the subject matter.

This painting was a labour of love and had many challenges.  Monoprint requires painting in reverse on glass or perspex and accurately lining up on registration marks, turning over glass onto paper and printing the work.  It took over 25 layers to complete the painting.

The work won first prize in the Sawtell Art Prize, NSW.

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