What this is…
Linear Horizons is an exceptionally large abstract painting that’s composed of a series of horizontal lines/stripes (obviously not true if you hang it vertically!). These lines were painted over several different sessions and comprise a wealth of subtle, as a well as bold, colours.
The main emphasis colour is blue but there are also features of metallic purple, teal, aqua, black, silver, lime green, yellow and a single line of magenta.
Did I mention that is was big? I hope so as you’ll need a big wall to hang it on. Imagine a grand stairwell or double height space for instance. Equally a large open plan lounge/diner would accommodate it beautifully.
Using horizons to define
As the name suggests this is all about horizon points. The most noticeable one is the black. This defines an upper and lower part to the painting and allows your eyes to reach a stop point and add their own definition for the rest of the painting.
Now, whether you determine that as, for example, a shoreline looking out to sea or river and a bank then that’s up to you and will be a response you own exclusively.
To that end it may appear as none of these and you may very well feel something else. But to me I always get water and sky. No matter what else I think about that’s what it says to me.
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