I guess this would be called a quadtych – but that sounds strange. After painting my twenty small paintings for uni (see my post – ‘What a beautiful place to live’ ), I’ve been experimenting with doing groups of small paintings mounted together on coloured backgrounds. I’ve used small canvas panels for the paintings and have mounted them together on studio wrap 38mm deep canvas. The scene is a small part of a glorious sunrise I saw on my last visit to Port Macquarie, but it really could be anywhere along the coast. I’m putting this one in a show at Lismore in a couple of weeks time.
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I love this! Putting it on individual canvas’ was a great idea. Taking something that does not have specific focal points and making it exquisite! Kudos!
Thanks. I’ve been doing quite a few small paintings mounted in the same way, either separately or in groups. I’m happy to say this one has been sold.