Sunset Over Fields
6 x 4 in (approx)
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My work is at reduced prices during the Covid pandemic, in and out of Lockdown.
I heard an interesting fact about Shakespeare the other day. Most of his plays were written during the plague.
Great art can be inspired by times of adversity.
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This time of isolation and earlier quarantine has made me think about how I work and what is essential to me for inspiration.
And it is nature, colour and light.
While I was in quarantine I really missed seeing the sky in big open spaces. From my home I could only see straight up or very short distances. .
Once I was free to exercise I soaked up the sky.
I’ve been working on sketches from memory of my daily walks or bike rides. Gradually scaling up my ideas into larger works on paper and this week I will start to do oil paintings of these colourfield paintings.
Galleries are beginning to open their doors to their audiences. I hope to bring these works to a venue near you so that you can experience them in person.
Until then enjoy the virtual experience.
All of my smaller works are available to buy online.
Build a collection of small works and support your favourite artist at the same time.
These small works have big potential and beautiful details.
The exhibitions and art fairs when I usually look forward to greeting hundreds of people have been cancelled. For now I am happy to offer the option of buying directly from me here on my website.
When isolation protocols are eased in your area you will be able to ask your favourite framer about how to frame this painting for you. Or order a frame online and pop it in your self.
My paintings are usually exhibited and bought within a gallery setting. If you have seen larger work on this website or with a gallery that you wish to purchase and which don’t appear on this page please email me at email@example.com and I will help you directly.
© Stephanie Fuller