It’s December 2023 and here in the UK we’ve just had the first snow after several days of heavy frosts. It’s winter, and although it always goes on for longer than I would like, it has its own bleak beauty and is atmospheric. I hope I’ve captured what winter conjures up for me in the pictures I’ve assembled in this virtual exhibition.
A video from the Canadian clinical psychologist, Dr Jordan Peterson, on the importance of art to the individaul compelled to make it and society at large.
A short video showcasing available art (November 2023) from the mixed media and collage artist, Alison Adams, on the theme and colour palette of autumn. See also the virtual exhibition and accompanying flipbook.
A short video that outlines the steps involved in creating four complementary mixed media/collage pieces to brighten up an uninspiring hallway.
A short video showing the stages of creating an abstract mixed media/collage triptych inspired by a beach and waves as seen from above for a new bioresonance clinic. Enjoy!
Why stop at one picture? Starting with two complementary pieces (shown here Little One and New Chapter) up to walls entirely covered with an assortment of artwork, a gallery wall is an attractive and effective way to cover a blank wall.
Floating frames are not supplied, but you may opt to get a floating frame for stretched canvas art. They are a 'tray' into which the canvas is glued leaving a space (ie: appearing to 'float') between the frame and canvas. The frames are available in all widths and colours and you can vary the 'gap' as per your preferences too. Most online and retail frame suppliers supply floating frames.