‘La Fontaine Guilliérè’

Carrying on with my review of rocks, cliffs & prehistory. Sorry it’s retrospective, but part of how I use this blog is to unfuddle my thinking. Here’s some paintings that I’ve never digitally recorded. Only got a few pre-digital camera badly exposed silver halide photos as records.

‘La Fontaine Guilliérè’
2000
oil on canvas
86 x 48 cm
© The Artist.
sold

‘La Fontaine Guilliérè’ # 7
2000
ink & Watercolour.
39 x 23 cm
© The Artist.
sold

‘La Fontaine Guilliérè’ # 4
2000
ink & Watercolour.
40 x 30 cm
© The Artist.
sold

‘La Fontaine Guilliérè’ # 9
2000
ink & Watercolour.
42 x 21 cm
© The Artist.
sold
By 2000, I’d figured out that you need to use smooth hot-pressed paper for pen & ink with a well-type nib. That’s if you want to dance, rather than make spider-webs.

 

 

One Comment on “‘La Fontaine Guilliérè’

  1.  by  Cathy Gatland

    It’s interesting to see some of your older work – how you got ‘here’ from ‘there’. The semi-abstract, textural look of these, and your two previous posts are very compelling. I share your ‘fuddled thinking’ syndrome!

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