Poison Painting by Emily Dewsnap

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Poison

Emily Dewsnap

United Kingdom

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Size: 17.7 W x 23.6 H x 0.7 D in

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About The Artwork

Painting of a young alchemist holding a wine glass of green poison in front of her. She's standing in front of a slate grey curtain and in the darkness behind, you can see eyes shining out. She has green eyes and a human tooth necklace.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:17.7 W x 23.6 H x 0.7 D in

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I'm a freelance artist, based in Leeds, and mainly work in acrylic, gouache and soft pencil, applied with delicate brushstrokes, bold palette knives, heavy graphite and smudgy fingers. Born within the wild hills of the northern Peak District, I began painting and drawing at a very early age and was a regular entrant to the Derbyshire Open Art Exhibition. When working for leisure, my pieces focus mainly on figurative subjects with dark, brooding and occasionally erotic interpretations. I primarily work on commission, which means I have developed a broad range of styles to suit customers’ needs. From pets to family members, precise buildings to abstract countrysides, delicate fairies to valiant superheroes and much more, I'm eager to take on any challenge and add my own twist. I've never formally studied art. I've been painting and drawing as long as I could hold a pencil or paintbrush and I've just developed myself organically. I had my first paid commission at the age of 16 and haven't stopped creating bespoke pieces since. I have exhibited at Buxton Open Art exhibition, and at various small galleries and pubs around Yorkshire.