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  • A PAUSE IN HISTORY BY LISA PARKYN

    £500.00

    Created as part of ‘Delving Beneath Series’ – a body of work started during 2020 pandemic lockdown, which has helped me make sense of the shifts going on around the world and reflect on what is meaningful in life.

    I tapped into my love for the unique textures that occur in nature, on weathered walls, old billboards and rusting metal – the scars of time, symbolising memories and keepsakes.

    Exploring the process of adding and subtracting until a balance is found. Using various methods of layering and piecing together fragments through mixed media and then scraping, sanding and peeling off – metaphorically delving deeper to discover what lies beneath and our hidden strengths.

    Framed size 35 x 35cm
    Image size 30.5 x 30.5cm
    Acrylic and mixed media on wood panel.
    Ready to hang in an off-white tray frame.
    The painting is initialed on the front, signed on the back and the surface is protected with UV safe varnish.

  • COLLECTED TREASURES BY LISA PARKYN

    £500.00

    Created as part of ‘Delving Beneath Series’ – a body of work started during 2020 pandemic lockdown, which has helped me make sense of the shifts going on around the world and reflect on what is meaningful in life.

    I tapped into my love for the unique textures that occur in nature, on weathered walls, old billboards and rusting metal – the scars of time, symbolising memories and keepsakes.

    Exploring the process of adding and subtracting until a balance is found. Using various methods of layering and piecing together fragments through mixed media and then scraping, sanding and peeling off – metaphorically delving deeper to discover what lies beneath and our hidden strengths.

    Framed size 35 x 35cm
    Image size 30.5 x 30.5cm
    Acrylic and mixed media on wood panel.
    Ready to hang in an off-white tray frame.
    The painting is initialed on the front, signed on the back and the surface is protected with UV safe varnish.

  • TRACES OF TIME BY LISA PARKYN

    £500.00

    Created as part of my new body of work started at the beginning of lockdown March 2020, which has helped me make sense of the shifts going on around the world and reflect on what is meaningful in life.

    Using various methods of layering, piecing together fragments through mixed media and scraping, sanding and peeling off – metaphorically delving deeper to discover what lies beneath and our own hidden strengths. I have also added fossil transfers and tapped into my love for the unique textures that occur on weathered walls, old billboards and rusting metal, showing the scars of time. Exploring the process of adding and subtracting – painting layers, mark-making and glueing pieces on and then gouging and scraping off until a balance is found.

    Ready to hang in an off-white, hand-painted tray frame.

    Acrylic and Mixed Media on Wood Panel

    13.5″ x 13.5″ (including frame)

  • JUMBLE IN THE HEAD BY LISA PARKYN

    £500.00

    Created as part of my new body of work started at the beginning of lockdown March 2020, which has helped me make sense of the shifts going on around the world and reflect on what is meaningful in life.

    Using various methods of layering, piecing together fragments through mixed media and scraping, sanding and peeling off – metaphorically delving deeper to discover what lies beneath and our own hidden strengths. I have also added fossil transfers and tapped into my love for the unique textures that occur on weathered walls, old billboards and rusting metal, showing the scars of time. Exploring the process of adding and subtracting – painting layers, mark-making and glueing pieces on and then gouging and scraping off until a balance is found.

    Ready to hang in an off-white, hand-painted tray frame.

    Acrylic and Mixed Media on Wood Panel

    13.5″ x 13.5″ (including frame)

  • UNEARTHING THE LAYERS BY LISA PARKYN

    £500.00

    Created as part of my new body of work started at the beginning of lockdown March 2020, which has helped me make sense of the shifts going on around the world and reflect on what is meaningful in life.

    Using various methods of layering, piecing together fragments through mixed media and scraping, sanding and peeling off – metaphorically delving deeper to discover what lies beneath and our own hidden strengths. I have also tapped into my love for the unique textures that occur on weathered walls, old billboards and rusting metal, showing the scars of time. Exploring the process of adding and subtracting – painting layers, mark-making and glueing pieces on and then gouging and scraping off until a balance is found.

    Ready to hang in an off-white, hand-painted tray frame.

    Acrylic and Mixed Media on Wood Panel

    13.5″ x 13.5″ (including frame)