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This painting is inspired by the huge schools of Mobula Rays that accumulate on the way to their traditional feeding grounds. The graceful movement of their fins in the water makes them look more like they're flying than swimming. I think the oval shaped canvas further enhances the soft organic forms of the Rays
This painting is inspired by the huge schools of Mobula Rays that accumulate on the way to their traditional feeding grounds. The graceful movement of their fins in the water makes them look more like they're flying than swimming. I think the oval shaped canvas further enhances the soft organic forms of the Rays
This painting is inspired by the huge schools of Mobula Rays that accumulate on the way to their traditional feeding grounds. The graceful movement of their fins in the water makes them look more like they're flying than swimming. I think the oval shaped canvas further enhances the soft organic forms of the Rays
This painting is inspired by the huge schools of Mobula Rays that accumulate on the way to their traditional feeding grounds. The graceful movement of their fins in the water makes them look more like they're flying than swimming. I think the oval shaped canvas further enhances the soft organic forms of the Rays
This painting is inspired by the huge schools of Mobula Rays that accumulate on the way to their traditional feeding grounds. The graceful movement of their fins in the water makes them look more like they're flying than swimming. I think the oval shaped canvas further enhances the soft organic forms of the Rays
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Mobula Ray Migration Painting

Jacqueline Talbot

Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 19.7 W x 15.7 H x 0.8 D in

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This painting is inspired by the huge schools of Mobula Rays that accumulate on the way to their traditional feeding grounds. The graceful movement of their fins in the water makes them look more like they're flying than swimming. I think the oval shaped canvas further enhances the soft organic forms of the Rays

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

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Size:19.7 W x 15.7 H x 0.8 D in

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I am predominantly interested in the natural world and the structures and connections that are inherent within from a microscopic to a massive level. There is a lot of bright colour in my work and my main aim is to create a harmonious balance between the many colours and forms within the composition. Through my work I hope to inspire the awe that I feel about nature and its interconnectedness in others. I use a variety of 2D media and my style is semi-abstract or realistic and there is often a symbolic element involved.

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