Scribbly Gum Tryptch by Marilyn Brown

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Medium 12.0" x 13.2"
Large 16.0" x 17.7"
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Three seperate canvases combine to create Scribbly Gum Tryptch
Oil on scretched Canvas.
3 x (34cm x 120cm)

Original available $AU3,000 – Postage extra

Exhibited at Campelltown Regional Art Gallery Centre

Layers of subtle glazes were used trying to create a flowing natural backgroud to this magnificent variety of gum trees. The texture of the knots were equally important. Leaving the looseness of the larval tracks to the last.

This work was created to support an upcoming exhibition by the Southern Printmakers Association entitled ‘Earthwritings’.

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  • bodymechanic
    bodymechanicover 7 years ago

    awesum this is right up my alley!!

  • Ozcloggie
    Ozcloggieover 7 years ago

    Really great. Nature could possibly not do it better!

  • Martin Derksema
    Martin Derksemaover 7 years ago

    Wow. This is an impressive work. The first thing that came to my mind was: ‘trees are very sensuous sometimes’. As if you carefully sculptured this shapes. They flow and glow and there is so much life and even mystery in it. love the idea of zooming in to the trees which makes them to a facinating abstract. The handwriting is couraguous and perfect. I can almost read it. The colours are stroking my soul. Also if I look at this paintings I can see your great control over the paint and your advanced technique .. pfew … makes one speechless. Did you use some sort of glazing technique? There is so much transparancy in it.

  • Marilyn Brown
    Marilyn Brownover 7 years ago

    Glazing is exactly what I did, well spotted. I wanted the colours to be subtle and blend together naturally. I also wanted to build up the texture in the dark areas and the knots. Here I used a wax medium which leaves a delicious brush mark. Thank you once again everyone for your wonderful comments. They are very much appreciated!

  • helene
    heleneover 7 years ago

    Beautiful work

  • Marco Britti
    Marco Brittiover 7 years ago

    Impressive Marilyn and I like the idea of the three canvasses.I`d like to do something similar myself.

  • MaryO
    MaryOover 7 years ago

    Again a work of beauty, love the colours. Lovely.

  • Sylvia Karall
    Sylvia Karallover 7 years ago
    Beautiful triptych… the colours are exquisite. Good luck with your upcoming exhibition.
  • bicozikan
    bicozikanover 7 years ago

    Oh this just blows me away. Such beautiful pieces of abstract work, at one point I’m thinking they’re alluding to parts of the human form another would be woodgrain and at other times they look like pictures of the sky. Absolutely gorgeous!

  • Shauna  Noble
    Shauna Nobleover 7 years ago
    you captured their natural beauty so well great concept – good luck with the exhibition.

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