This vibrant work is inspired and influenced by Australian Artist John Olson – Artist Wyn Vogel has taken the colours and shapes of New Caledonia and let them flow across her canvas – symbolic the palms are yellow a hint at the story of global warming that this Series of Work ……..comments on!
The funding from the sale of this Artwork will go directly to the Carteret Island People to assist them with their relocation from their homeland Atolls to higher ground! (less cost of transport).
Maimeri Blu features an absolute purity of pigments that, together with gum arabic, compose the totality of the mixture. Imperceptible, transparent, clean. No blending powders, and no additives. Nothing harmonises or synchronises the shift between the various shades. The real value lies in the transparency of its colours and in the freshness of its washes. It is the whiteness of the paper that illuminates this type of painting. The light is behind the colour.
The Series numbering on the Maimeri Blu – represent the level of pigment in the paints – which is the important comparative thing to consider for longevity of your Artwork as the higher the pigment level the higher the UV rating of your colour.
Paperbarks – She Oaks - Ipomoea pes-caprae (native beach morning glory) brave the summer storms!
½ sheet – Moulin du Roy – 300gsm cold pressed fine grain water colour paper – water colour and ink.
The twist of the trees and the shadows on the ground - the rough beach grasses slide down to the tide - lifting and swaying with the changing waves!
Beach Pandanas – cling to the rocks they are the icon of summer for us ‘Aussie’ kids!
Full sheet – Moulin du Roy – 300gsm cold pressed fine grain water colour paper – water colour and ink
Not For SaleNow Part of the Permanent Collection of the'Shaanxi Provincial Museum of Fine Arts'
Xi'an China - from the 5th Silk Road International Arts Festival 2018