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Road to Perfection
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Road to Perfection Painting

Melinda Butt

New Zealand

Painting, Airbrush on Canvas

Size: 28 W x 28 H x 2 D in

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This painting is a comment about our struggle with the ideal, the illusive road to perfectionism. Inspired by Japanese poster art,constructivism, and pop art this bold work poses a question to the viewer...'what is inside that box'? The design has a meditative quality, as with all my work it promotes interaction and reflection.

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Painting:Airbrush on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:28 W x 28 H x 2 D in

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Melinda Butt has been Painting professionally for 18 years. Inspired by Pop, Bauhaus, architectural forms and colour her abstract compositions offer a fresh perspective. Her hard edge paintings focus on a minimal use of colour, the tones used are prescriptive to enhance the impact and atmosphere of the setting. With all of her work there is an invitation to interpret the imagery on your own terms, leaving scope for interaction and imagination. The Focus for her new studio work ‘Porthole’. Taking inspiration from a ships porthole, these paintings are windows that permit light and fresh air to enter the dark. These other worldly landscapes create the feeling of looking through a new lens. Due to this size and shape of the paintings there is an illusion of a modified point of view into this imagery world. “Having created manly large scale paintings over the last few years revisiting smaller works has influenced my perspective and interest in producing limited or heavily edited points of view. It’s as if you’re looking at these new works through a peephole, that only allows restricted glimpse into another world.” The observation of natural forms plays an large role her work. Melinda strives to illustrate the forces behind what we see, intertwining what is visually present with the imagined.

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