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LOXTON SHAFFORD

Paintings and experiments.

As with all artworks the exact colours are difficult to reproduce. Please email me at 3cornwallartists@gmail.com for further details. Thank you.

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EXPERIMENT ONE

20cm x 20cm canvas, strung.

Acrylic paint applied with a palette knife.

An attempt to give an abstract idea of the texture of granite, with red cracks between the weathered blocks.

£25.00

EXPERIMENT TWO

20cm x 20cm canvas, strung.

Acrylic paint applied with a palette knife.

Another texture abstract of the granite, with sky and clouds. 

£25.00

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SEA AND CLIFFS

20cm x 20cm canvas, strung.

Acrylic paint applied with a palette knife.

The little paths around the cliffs are very fascinating to me. They lead to the most unexpected corners.

£25.00

SPIN EXPERIMENT ONE

20cm x 20cm canvas, strung.

Acrylic and florescent paint applied with a palette knife.

I glued a small canvas to my wife's 'Lazy Susan' then turned it while spreading blobs of paint across the surface. It reminded me of a toy my sister had as a child. I think Damien Hirst copied it.

£25.00

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SPIN EXPERIMENT TWO

21cm diameter.

Acrylic and florescent paint applied with a palette knife using a 'Lazy Susan'.

Unframed heavyweight paper.

£15.00

SPIN EXPERIMENT THREE

21cm diameter.

Acrylic and florescent paint applied with a palette knife using a 'Lazy Susan'.

Unframed heavyweight paper.

£15.00

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£35.00

INSIDE THE THUNDERCLOUD

21cm x 18cm, irregularly shaped.

Glue from glue-gun and acrylic paint on unframed cartridge paper, applied with a brush.

Why are paintings invariably rectangular or square? Your Cornish artist Alfred Wallace used scraps of card because that was all he had. Does it matter if pictures and paintings are an irregular shape? Here, the shape resembles a storm cloud, thus adding to the theme.

I used glue-gun blobs for raindrops, scumbling paint over them and wiping it off with cotton buds before it dried.

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