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Original abstract artwork
Oil, acrylic,Turpenoid on canvas
Thanks for taking the time to look at my work.
An astounding image of camp in time of war……….super work…………Joe
Thanks, Joe, I hadn’t seen what you describe but I think I get it!
– Alan Taylor Jeffries
rich deep lush colors and impastos great movement and gesture… i love it
Much appreciated, Anthony!
Alan, you’ve gone and done it again, I’m in awe!! A wonderful piece, the green works so well. Deceptively simple but the more you look the more you see the subtle complex subtleties.
Thanks so much, Jai. First piece I’ve managed to finish after a severe back injury that laid me up for the past 2 weeks.
yes!!! fabulous alan.
oh im sorry about your back…glad you are better.
Thanks, Wendy. And I love your new work!
Hi Alan I have been meaning to write to you for a while but life has been very hectic for me recently. I’m glad that you are over he worst of your injury, I was in two motorcycle accidents in close succession a couple of years ago and have had persistent back problems since so I know what it can be like. I find it interesting though that this is the piece that you came back with and wonder how much you were thinking about it while unable to realise your thoughts. I sometimes find that a break from the work can be very beneficial and taking a step back to evaluate what you have been doing often leads to more clarity. I find that I can lose myself when continuously working everyday and often this leads to me doing things that I had not intended to. I would like to know your thoughts on this.Thanks, Jai.
Thanks for your interest, Jai, although to be honest I’ll probably disappoint. During the time my injury prevented me from working I was extremely frustrated. But I did not have specific concepts for a work in mind. I suppose I would describe my work habits as spontaneous and intuitive, in that I never plan anything out, I simply start applying paint until something interesting happens. At most I begin with color choices. Of course after a certain point one thing suggests another and that one suggests another and so on. So I don’t really know how my “interlude” may have influenced this piece that I eventually completed. I’m more inclined to think in terms of subconscious influence/expression than of conscious deliberate intent.
Be well, my friend, and I appreciate your concern.Alan
I like this a lot Alan, I looked at Fermata first and in the thumbnails they look very similar – an interesting idea, this.
love this Alan…you have inspired me to do a series of purely gestural works on the side.
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