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Still bathwater Print

Rosemary Burn

United Kingdom

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Another artwork in the bathwater series - 'still' in the title having a double meaning, lack of movement, and also enduring. This painting concentrates on the geometry and symmetry of the bath, as well as subtle difference in tones to describe the shine on the ceramic bath, and the glisten of the contained water.

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Print:Giclee on Fine Art Paper

Size:9 W x 12 H x 0.1 D in

Size with Frame:14.25 W x 17.25 H x 1.2 D in

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When I look at the history of art I see a tapestry woven with human life - its conflicts, wonder, boredom, moments of silence, thoughts... corners from the minds of the artists who created the artworks. I am aware of this within my creative process, and I aim to translate everyday visual experiences into something which will present a story worth returning to many times. Part of my intention is to make unusual the usual; the everyday visual experiences which we all encounter and mostly dismiss as unimportant, not worth a second glance.The paintings are crafted from moments; those snippets of time and from which I can find a story in the background, such as a dripping bath tap and the light carried in the ripples, a fly on the wall, the fleeting expression on a face, a nameless place. For me, these happenings underpin our existence; big events, highs and lows, come and go but the insignificant and fleeting remain and repeat, like a constant hum in the background. The nature of each brushstroke, and the texture of the paint also play an important part in the translation of the seen, into a blurring between the representational and the semi abstract, the patterns which often escape our notice. I work every day searching for an alchemy between paint, subject and moment. When I studied at Chelsea School of Art I was making sculpture, but the intention behind the work was similar. Works from those times include a bicycle abandoned on its side with its back wheel perpetually turning, so the scene of an accident was kept alive for an infinite length of time, a remote controlled leg of lamb, a huge flying saucepan which had come to rest skewered by the sword of a swordfish held upright by a fisherman (both plaster casts). Although my life is a busy one with many commitments - I am also a classical pianist, (and I teach the piano), not being creative in some way every day has never been possible for me. I love every minute!

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