Fine Art Event Night – Back to Black, A figurative Portrait of Amy

Fine Art Event Night in Vegos café bar, Reading

Fine Art Event Night: Back to Black – A figurative portrait of Amy

We conducted an initial ‘Introduction to Knife Painting’ Fine Art Event Night in Vegos café bar in Reading, Berkshire last Sunday. Attendees ranged from complete novice to college graduate and all had a thoroughly enjoyable time, experienced the ‘thrills and spills’ of painting using a knife and created a painting to take home.

I will conduct regular Fine Art Events Nights in the Reading area and I promise:

  • Fun – Thoroughly enjoyable and sociable
  • Art – Creative, educational, informative and colourful.
  • Bubbles – Refreshments to lubricate the process.

Details are posted in my Fine Art Event Nights page. Let me know if you would like a personal invite!


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Starving Artist, burning the midnight oil and candle at both ends... The style of my artwork is modern, yet classical. Predominantly figurative, the tendency of my artwork is towards carefully composed anonymity, capturing the emotions and self belief of the subject, rather than characteristic individual representation. The creation of figurative artwork not only depicts the emotions of the artist, it transforms the artist's emotions. Art should be proudly displayed, carefully scrutinized, and in order to benefit to the fullest extent possible, it should be understood from the perspective of its creator - the artist. My figurative artwork is sensual and my ballerinas and dancers are passionate, moody and emotional. My preferred lighting, shading and contrast are dramatic. I simply adore light and am fascinated with its arguably undue influence on any subject. I delve extensively between the extremes of highlights and lowlights in my artwork in a chiaroscuro technique, occasionally minimalist, often leaving the viewer's mind to complete the picture and to add depth. I always strive to create an atmosphere in whatever I produce, at the highest possible quality and using either a knife or brush and a very limited colour palette of oil paint or pastels, usually alla prima, mixing and blending only on the canvas!

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