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It's Not Me, You Messed Up Print

Evelyn Morgan

United Kingdom

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PLEASE NOTE: This will be on display at the other art fair in London from March 17 -20, 2022. If bought the artwork will be sent out after the fair. This is the last in the 'it's not me, it's you series'. This idea came later on when thinking about this series. This painting is based on an experience I had when buying a piece of clothing. A long story short, the customer service was not great and when complaining I didn't get an apology all I got was 'Yeah, Whatever, I hope you enjoy your T-shirt'. So from this, I created 'It's Not Me, You Messed Up'. The window arch represents looking in a wardrobe with a person hanging from a hanger who has makeup like a clown, with the top having the written phrase 'Yeah, Whatever, I hope you enjoy your T-shirt'.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:8 W x 10 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:13.25 W x 15.25 H x 1.2 D in

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When creating my art, I try to find new ways to present a portrait. I have an unapologetic enthusiasm for colour. When starting a painting I look to see what colour combinations work, sometimes inspired by the colours in the image, my mood at the time or everyday colour combinations which I observe. I especially like looking at interior design and the colour choices in a room. My portraits are from models of men and women in makeup and fashion. I believe this comes from my interest in fashion and makeup artistry growing up, I fondly remember buying fashion magazines to specifically look at the fashion adverts. After my Art Foundation, I studied Graphic Design, and this is a huge influence on the way I approach my artwork. I use editing and digital means to sketch and design my artwork and ‘play’ with compositions, lines, and shapes. While all my concepts are designed and planned, the creative process is intuitive and I see my work as a reflection of myself, whether is a mood a feeling or a thought. I continually work on numerous concepts and series at a time and upload my artwork pieces not necessarily in order but when a piece is ready.

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