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Six hand painted wood ombre panels cut and intersected to create three striped panels on white. 

Six hand painted wood ombre panels cut and intersected to create three striped panels. I paint multiple sheets of wood in blended inks and acrylic colours. I then laser cut the panels and select and compose the squares into carefully balanced compositions. 

The panels are painted in such a way that the beech wood grain is allowed to show through. The order of the stripes are kept so that the wood grain pattern stays together.
Six hand painted wood ombre panels cut and intersected to create three striped panels on white. 

Six hand painted wood ombre panels cut and intersected to create three striped panels. I paint multiple sheets of wood in blended inks and acrylic colours. I then laser cut the panels and select and compose the squares into carefully balanced compositions. 

The panels are painted in such a way that the beech wood grain is allowed to show through. The order of the stripes are kept so that the wood grain pattern stays together.
Six hand painted wood ombre panels cut and intersected to create three striped panels on white. 

Six hand painted wood ombre panels cut and intersected to create three striped panels. I paint multiple sheets of wood in blended inks and acrylic colours. I then laser cut the panels and select and compose the squares into carefully balanced compositions. 

The panels are painted in such a way that the beech wood grain is allowed to show through. The order of the stripes are kept so that the wood grain pattern stays together.
Six hand painted wood ombre panels cut and intersected to create three striped panels on white. 

Six hand painted wood ombre panels cut and intersected to create three striped panels. I paint multiple sheets of wood in blended inks and acrylic colours. I then laser cut the panels and select and compose the squares into carefully balanced compositions. 

The panels are painted in such a way that the beech wood grain is allowed to show through. The order of the stripes are kept so that the wood grain pattern stays together.
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Three Panel Colour Study Painting

Amelia Coward

United Kingdom

Painting, Acrylic on Wood

Size: 9.4 W x 25.6 H x 2 D in

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Six hand painted wood ombre panels cut and intersected to create three striped panels on white. Six hand painted wood ombre panels cut and intersected to create three striped panels. I paint multiple sheets of wood in blended inks and acrylic colours. I then laser cut the panels and select and compose the squares into carefully balanced compositions. The panels are painted in such a way that the beech wood grain is allowed to show through. The order of the stripes are kept so that the wood grain pattern stays together.

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Painting:Acrylic on Wood

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Size:9.4 W x 25.6 H x 2 D in

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Abstract artist, Amelia Coward is renowned for her explorations into mixing, blending and grading colours, with a growing international profile. Born in 1975, she holds a 1st class Honours from Central St Martins and MA from the Royal College of Art. Her artworks can be found in both private and corporate collections worldwide. Amelia creates artworks that focus on the interaction of colours combined with the carefully composed spacial balance between geometric elements such as circles and stripes. Influenced by her woven textile training she uses laser cutters much the same way as she was trained to use a loom, cutting geometric shapes then reassembling them in patchwork compositions. Located in a traditional Oast Barn in the Kent countryside, Amelia combines her prolific making of new pieces with her commercial giftware business, Bombus. Each influences the other. Amelia has a team of creative makers in her studio to help to assemble, photograph, frame and pack all the works.

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