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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 7: Vibrant Door

Flames of vibrant energy flow from her every hinge and surface, like a pot of power at the end of a rainbow. Vibrant Door (mixed media on canvas board, 20x20cm/8″x8″) Shop: https://www.lynneforrester.com/store/p529/Vibrant_Door.html

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 6: Invitation Door

Plants always grow near her and people gravitate towards the inviting ramshackle warmth that her constant glow emanates. She listens, infuses with uplifting energy and they feel nurtured. ​Who nurtures her? Does she have someone to turn to? Invitation Door […]

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 5: Mossy Moments Door

It’s been almost a year of hibernation and the undergrowth has excelled in developing mossy moments over all available surfaces. She’s resolved to sit amongst the protection of those green depths – but always wears the brightest of hats to […]

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 4

Her beautiful brilliance is set back a little from the main hubbub of life, yet there’s no doubting her cool knowing once her blue hues catch the eye. She could be easily written off as an ice maiden unless you […]

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 3

It’s been a day of turmoil in so many ways and her mind is threatening to let all those judgements take root, change her colours, make her fade. She unwinds her hair, sees a sparkling glisten in the strands and […]

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 2

She’s a little weary and her mascara has smudged. Her lipstick has faded so you can just make out the edges and everything has sort of smeared. This lady hung up her dancing shoes a while ago but her heart […]

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30 Paintings in 30 Days, Day 1

Rusty bolts, warped wood and stuck locks – this door is living in her memories of times gone by. Dreams and hope of several generations still reside in faithfully applied layers of paint that peek out as others peel and […]

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Energy

Sometimes when fragments are drawn together, a kind of transformation takes place. The simple placement of things side by side and interweaved with each other creates a dynamic and centrifugal energy and out of this new possibilities can arise. Nature […]

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Offerings

It is lovely being back in the studio now that my studies have finished for the academic year. Then again, my research continues on, both in my practice and reading. During my lock-down walks I had been taking photographs of […]

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The Fragment

It has been a very long time since I’ve posted a blog on account of the Masters of Research degree I have been doing at UAL Central Saint Martins. Who would have thought all that has happened has happened and […]

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Work in Progress painting on easel
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Painting In The Time Of Lockdown

This week on the blog, I calm down and get reflective after a month or two of slightly frenzied painting output.
And actually get around to writing on my blog.
I know. It’s been a while.

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Visions in Mass

An exploration into the desexualised accumulation of female forms

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Racing, an original painting by Neil McBride
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Racing

This small painting is part of a body of work from Yorkshire’s premier painter of crowds. Neil McBride has a well deserved place among the contemporary artists living and working in god’s own country of Yorkshire. The painting is very small but […]

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All in the best possible taste!

I’ve just read a very interesting article in the New York Times by Michael Pollan called Weeds Are Us. In a way, it develops the point I was making last week about having empathy for non-human species – namely, weeds. […]

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Recent Work

‘Leach’ | 30 x 30cm| Resin and coloured tape on linen | 2020 | £180

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Recent Work

‘Onions Wrapped in Rubber’ | 30.5 x 30.5cm | Bio-resin and coloured tape on board | 2020 | £180

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