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Size: 18.5 W x 26 H x 0.4 D in
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Alice is a joyous friend who talks at the speed of light. She is completing a masters in animal welfare and is passionate about working for change. The engraved patterns in the dress are from some of Alice's favourite clothes and the deep reds were inspire initially by a pair of trousers she wears, and a painting called 'The Exile' by Thomas Cooper Gotch.
Painting:Oil on Wood
Size:18.5 W x 26 H x 0.4 D in
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I am a self taught oil painter based in Bristol, UK. I have always been fascinated with the works of traditional painters and old masters, and at the age of seventeen I found some old paints in my dad's garage. From that day on I spent hours painting in my room after school. Painting remained a hobby until I moved to Bristol, where my creative process and style seemed to really take wing. My love of traditional portraiture has not changed, but I have discovered a style of composition which celebrates the sitter's personality while standing alone as decorative art. Colour choices are key in my work as I feel very passionately about the importance of choosing the right tones and shades for emotional and atmospheric effect. I chose to use colours that 'sing' in different light, which is heightened and complimented by the use of gold metal leaf and wood engraved details. I choose to paint on wood panel as the surface is not only a wonderful material for the medium but because every piece has a unique pattern and 'life' behind it. I try to keep large areas of the panel free from paint as this allows for the wood itself to be appreciated. It is always a challenge to decided where to place the paintbrush when the patterns are so beautiful! I have recently moved away from photorealism and portraiture and started to explore the male body as a response to the feelings I have experienced in the last year or so. My recent work focuses on themes of internalised homophobia, anxiety and gay intimacy. I have exhibited work in smaller places such as Hastings, to well known areas such as Shanghai and Bristol and London. Over the last year I have really thrown myself into creating 'full time' as I also compose and write music for personal projects and a new musical with The Bristol Old Vic. More of my work can be seen on my website - www.brooktate.com
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