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Size: 39.4 W x 39.4 H x 0.1 D in
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Limited edition giclee print on smooth archival white paper. Digitally printed from the original painting. The inspiration for this piece was the colour and my fascination of protruding rust. It comes from my Coastal Intervention series. The dimensions include a white border. The image size is 80 x 80 cm. This print is number 1 of 20.
Printmaking:Ink on Paper
Size:39.4 W x 39.4 H x 0.1 D in
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As an artist, I am primarily self taught. Although I studied art at West Ham College of Further Education after leaving school, I also had an interest in drama. A three year course at E15 Acting School lead to a thirty year career in film, TV and theatre. I briefly practised black and white photography, but it was only after leaving London and moving to Brighton that I took up painting again, initially inspired by the expansive skies and dramatic seascapes. Although the work is ever changing, I think the influence of coastal life is still evident in my current works. I try to taps into my unconscious and start with only a loose intention of what I want the piece to be, allowing it evolve through numerous generations. The works end with the idea rather than start with it. Much is left to chance and the viewer is invited to bring their own interpretation to the finished piece. The greater the number of interpretations the better. What interests me is the emotional response to a painting void of depiction. The works are of mixed media, using, predominately, layers of household emulsion on fibre board, but incorporate acrylic pigments, ink and, in some cases, wood dye. Each piece undergoes a process of construction and degradation impossible to replicate. I'm fascinated by the way we find beauty in deterioration, especially in an epoch of the new, disposable and replaceable. When finished the paintings are wax polished, not only for protection but to add a further dimension. They are highly tactile and people are drawn to touch them. They invite examination from inches away as the tiny imperfect variations are as significant as the over all composition. www.georgeantoni.net
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