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‘Wolf In The Garden’ – acrylic on canvas, 30.5 x 40.5 x 1.5cm

There is always something magical in my mind when I paint and see something in the painting by the end of it; it is one of the things I particularly love about my process and abstract work in general. It is shown here with a couple of household items for a visual representation of the scale of the painting.

The original painting is available for sale for £150 with free basic UK postage through Royal Mail or a courier for an additional fee. International postage will be charged on an individual basis. If you are local to me collection can also be arranged for free. Contact me through my email to buy or for more information: michelwatsonart@gmail.com

Various prints of this painting are also available through my Redbubble Store


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Brand Image full edit

It’s a really tough decision to settle on a logo or theme when you are branding yourself, I daresay that goes for allo businesses but when you’re an artist it feels even harder. You would think it would be a simpler affair given the range of imagery created in your practice to choose from but therein lies the problem. Sometimes, too many options, can cause problem and make it very difficult to settle on the one you feel really says something about you and your work.

A few years back I was playing around with my watercolours and creating some new experimental pieces when the, more recently named, Abstract Rainbow Mosaic was born. I knew straight away that I wanted to use it as the eye catching logo for Nemorosa Studio because it encapsulated so much about me and my practice.

I love colours and shapes across the full spectrum. The patterns and composition of this painting were created through intuitive means of playing and letting the process guide me (as I touched on in my last blog post). It plays on things that I am noticing more and more are signature components of my work, specifically diagonal compositions that draw the eye from one corner to another and circular shapes. It also has this ‘mosaic’, ‘puzzly’ feel to it that I adore and reminds me of my very early work in college when I concentrated more on creating series’ of paintings that, while could be viewed and enjoyed as individual paintings were also designed to sit on a wall together and lead into each other as part of a larger work.

Brand Image full editWhile the original Abstract Rainbow Mosaic watercolour is not for sale I have decided to sell various prints of my beloved image on my Redbubble Store! Feel free to check out what’s available and leave a like/follow for the design to show your support!

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