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Rhossili Bay by Sarah Emily Porter – Sold

Sarah Porter’s artistic practice explores colour, the historical context of painting and is heavily influenced by architecture and geometry. She manipulates paint by pouring it onto canvases set on tilting wooden structures, allowing the paint to ebb and flow in a single linear stroke under the force of gravity.

Rhossili Bay is part of a new series of work which explores tonal colour values and their relationship. Using her signature painting mechanism, paint is tilted from horizontal to vertical over 40 times to allow gravity to complete the work.

Sarah studied History at Durham University before later attending Chelsea College of Arts to complete a Graduate Diploma in Fine Art. She recently won the Broomhill National Sculpture Prize and has been shortlisted for both the Signature Art Prize and Jackson’s Open Painting Prize. Acrylic and gesso on canvas

Dimensions: 150 x 150cm

Weight: 5kg

Price, excluding VAT and postage and packaging: Sold

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