Where the Streets Have No Sky

“Where The Streets Have No Sky”, acrylic on canvas, 50 x 60 cm

The covered-over town centre continues to inspire. Here, a snatched photograph of shoppers in the Malls becomes a comment on solitude as well as on the artificial environment.

Painted with a knife in acrylics.


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Scientist. Writer. Mother. Above all, artist. Seeking to extract and demonstrate the extraordinary beauty of the ordinary and the overlooked. Still wondering how to meld physical science and art. Always curious. Always looking. Always thinking.

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