Turquoise, the colour has been working on me for a while, the more I use it the more I want to dive into the colour until it completely engulfs me. I start off with caution , gently exploring its subtleties, playing with mixtures and effects as if I am afraid to truly go there, afraid to dive into its crystal waters and be released into its freshness. It fills my paintings and hides behind every colour I use, now it tints my sculptures.
I have used the colour in the sculpture ‘Shadow’, ‘Fighting Stallions’ and the ‘Fighting Stallion Maquette’. I feel the need to keep growing and exploring with the use of bold colours in my patinas, perhaps ultramarine and cobalt blues or deep reds. I look forward to exploring the possibilities.
Please join us at my studio to see the latest paintings by Eric Oswald Eatwell, myself and my mother Mags Eatwell. We look forward to showing you some of the work we did during 2020 and sharing a glass of wine with you, what a way to end a truly bizarre year.
Welcome to my new web-site with my own personal domain name. From now on all www.eatwellgallery.com searches will be directed to this site as well as alternate spellings of my name such as lynneeatwell.com and lynnemarieeatwell.com If you would like to contact Eric you will find a link to his web-site on the studio page or you can go to his personal site at www.ericeatwellart.com
I hope that you find this new site faster, easier and more pleasurable to navigate. I have tried to keep it clean and simple while still maintaining a personal touch. In the painting albums I have included some of my older works to give you a sense of my history and in the sculpture pages I have included some images which show the process and progress of some of the work.
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