Not fade away


'Not fade away' is part of a series of works which draws on shapes and inspiration from a worn wall I was entranced with on a trip to Exmoor - unusual in its vertically stacked stones, my type of 'disrupted' pattern!
My explorations around 'worn' have helped me to understand why I'm so drawn to worn, imperfect surfaces . There's the inherent beauty in objects which have been around some time, which have depth and history to their appearance; then there's the link to the stuff that wears at us in life, making us who we are and how there can be real beauty in finding acceptance within this. The title for this piece came to me as the shapes and marks are faded and subdued and beautiful in this more subtle version.

30cm square mixed media work on a birchwood cradled panel, sold ready to hang unframed. Finished with cold wax for a soft sheen.
Framed and in room pictures for illustrative purposes only.
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