This is a completely new set of work for me, all in watercolour. Essentially I’m cutting a double image and either splicing two images together or superimposing or superimposing an “off cut” on top of a further wash. In the case of the green banana leaves you can clearly see the three options that can be made from a single cut.
This is the negative/white part of the cut placed on top of a graded neutral wash. The other two parts of this painting are showing at The Other Art Fair in Bloomsbury later in April.
1 Elephant 46 x 66cm £950 framed UK
This is Banana Leaves, the next three paintings are the same size at 50 x 70cm and are all from the same cut. This is the dark cut on a light wash
1 Banana leaves 50 x 70cm £1,250 framed UK
This (above) is the second banana Leaves is the Light cut placed on top of a darker wash.
2 Original Watercolour £1,250 framed UK
This (above) is the two positive and negative cuts spliced together, the hardest image to make.
3 Original Watercolour £1,650 framed UK
This is a spliced image in neutral tones of a further more complex image.
Original Watercolour 50 x 70 cm £1,750 framed UK