Friday, 30 December 2011

Detail of painting - #WordPress art blogs

Detail of painting by This Window
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The image above is a detail of a print/painting which was exhibited in June 2011 at West Buckland School and is from the 'Beauty and the Beast' series by Peter Bright.

Sometimes it is difficult to work out when a print is a print or a painting is a painting. There are painters who use printing techniques and processes in their work - so what is the definition? Screenprint – 2011. I have begun a series of paintings (screenprints) ready for my exhibition in the ‘Long Gallery’ (West Buckland School, Barnstaple, North Devon). The loose idea for these images are based … Continue reading →

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