“Woman in armour” 10 x 8″ oil on canvas board was inspired by Rembrandts “Man in armour” and i was using this piece to learn the technique of painting metal in a Rembrandt way.
Rembandt is a huge inspiration to my work, and one of the few artists at the top of my list.
This piece is started as a study piece, but ended up being a finished piece as i found myself getting carried away. There was a missing component in this painting method which i am now using in new pieces, to provide the textural effects Rembrandt was famous for in his work.
After achieving a B.A Visual Arts Degree in 1999 from Robert Gordon University of Art, Aberdeen, Scotland (Validated by RCA London) & being represented by Philip Veneer Megivessey Fine Art, Cornwall. I have been campaigning to restart my art profession, after taking a prolonged leave from my art profession.
Returning in 2018, with greater maturity, stability and experience, i am driven to finally begin working towards continuing my profession as an artist, and private teaching.
My inspirations are the human figurative form, and figurative landscape painting. These sometimes involve portraits. This inspiration for art began from my earliest ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size and features a minimum one-inch border.