‘The Order of the Owl’ by Paul Barnes

£650.00

Artist: Paul Barnes
Title:
‘The Order of the Owl’
Medium:
Acrylic and Plaster on Box Canvas
Dimensions:
10″ x 8″
Framing:
Unframed (Ready to Hang)
Year of Creation:
2019
Artwork Will Ship From:
UK

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‘The Order of The Owl’ by Paul Barnes

Artist: Paul Barnes
Title: ‘The Order of the Owl’
Medium: Acrylic and Plaster on Box Canvas
Dimensions: 10″ x 8″
Framing: Unframed (Ready to Hang)
Year of Creation: 2019
Artwork Will Ship From: UK

About the Artist: (Artist Bio)

Paul Barnes’ mythical characters are allegories of human emotion. Against a landscape inspired by the natural surroundings of his native north of Scotland, narrative threads are woven around the interactions between his anthropomorphised figures, often greatly inspired by his three children, the purity, innocence and curiosity of their being and the infinity of their imagination.

His paintings are characterised by a warm, muted palette with a textured and aged appearance, reminiscent of Italian fresco painting, in a space free from the boundaries of time or culture.

Paul lives and works in the north of Scotland. His paintings are shown in notable galleries in the UK, Europe and USA and have gained him international recognition within the ever expanding New Contemporary Art and Pop Surrealism movements.

‘From a world of extended metaphor and gentle strangeness, Barnes captures our imaginations and depletes our adult resistance to fantastical possibility.The artist’s work is informed by the legend and magic of folklore; an influence apparent in this childlike imaginary of gentle, foggy, creatures in half waking dream states.’ – Marieke Treilhard