FALL OUT – ACRYLIC PAINTING

I had previously mentioned a number of paintings I have been struggling with of late and this is one of them. It started out as an evocation to lush swaying grassland but the final result left me unsatisfied. Instead of getting the gesso out and starting again I thought I could use the movement I had created and so pressed on to bring it to this, its latest manifestation. It’s taken on a topographical feel – like the view you might get moments before impact. So here it rests in my studio – at least I feel more satisfied now.

And whilst on the subject of reworking here are a couple more paintings I’ve shown of late having undergone further tweaking. Firstly, Early Crops Under Clieves Hills:

And secondly, The Storm Passes Green Kettle Farm:

Nothing major but I now feel happier. I might now put them on my website for sale: grahammcquadefineart.com

4 thoughts on “FALL OUT – ACRYLIC PAINTING

  1. The first one looks as though something is looming and I’m noticing it through rainy window or foggy memory. Like before an impact, as you mentioned. The second & third look modern and calm with flat colors and bluish tone.

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