I kind of named this painting inspired a little bit by the movie. I found the billboards in the movie quite moving so I painted my own. Mine have my own message and it isn’t so tragic as the film, but it’s a lot more positive. The billboards are almost empty so you can add your own thoughts to them however you please. This painting is done on unstretched canvas which is 87 cm x 99cm from edge to edge and the painting itself is 65cm x 99cm. I actually prefer it unstretched but you can get it stretched if you want.
I’d love to see this
Review: Picasso at Tate Modern ★★★★★
Will Gompertz Arts editor @WillGompertzBBC on Twitter
10 March 2018
One of the best things about Tate Modern’s Picasso exhibition is it contains some terrible art. I mean real howlers. Paintings in which we see the modern master fluffing his lines and losing his form.
via Review: Picasso at Tate Modern ★★★★★ – BBC News
I wanted to share the article below, because I am experiencing what’s going on and it’s included in the article. If the stalker reads it they will know.
via Cyber-stalking: When looking at other people online becomes a problem – BBC Newsbeat
This is my latest artwork, which reflects the feelings I have occasionally when I get stuck in a rut and don’t see changes happening. I am sure all will be well and suddenly the sun will shine on my creation 🙂 Although, I always try to keep my artwork positive and I hope here I have done so the same. Enjoy!
51cm x 76cm x 3.8cm
Acrylic on canvas
Blue Noon (fragment)