I’m delighted to have had my painting ‘Lockdown mood’ selected by Fronteer Gallery to include in their exhibition dedicated to work made in lockdown. This beauty will be on show between the 7th and 17th of July at the gallery on Exchange Street, Sheffield.
This expressive abstract painting came about amidst the frustrations of lock down: the dark moods, the sense of containment and wishing to break barriers. The handling of the back acrylic, smothered, scraped and scratched into glowers in contrast with the purple emulsion which was carefully mixed by hand to this brooding shade.
Small but packing a punch, this work is 30cm x 25cm unframed. I’ll be framing and packaging it up to send to Fronteer this week.
I’m really looking forward to seeing what else is included in the exhibition!