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Hello and welcome to the website of Margot Stinton, a Painter based in Herefordshire. Margot hopes to provide a context for the current and earlier paintings, with some background information or narrative. In addition the website supports and promotes exhibited work, which will be added and uploaded regularly. She is a traditionalist Painter who produces paintings, mainly on a small to medium scale. She draws on her experience to express her emotional response to paint. She likes to create certain shapes, movements and effects with paint. She choreographs the paints, make them dance, spin and flow across the canvas in her work.
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Heraldic Artist and Calligrapher. I paint heraldic arms, only those registered with an appropriate authority, and have designed ranges of handpainted illuminated initial letters, heraldic animal cards, original and printed calligraphy works with and printed heraldic animal cards and diamond cards. I am happy to take orders and commissions from individuals and for wholesale orders.
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My artworks cover a wide variety of subject, media and styles. I began with figurative drawings and spray paintings that developed into abstraction and textured interior artworks. More recently I have produced a series of scenic landscapes in greyscale aswell as autumn colour scheme. I like to think of my art in a state of evolution and a learning curve that is constantly progressing.
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I am an Abstract Painter. I paint intuitively often responding to pain and emotions. Although, memories also feature in my artwork. My paintings are colourful, mostly influenced by my heritage. I use a variety of processes and tools to achieve the final piece.
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My work lies somewhere between abstract and representational. I use nature as inspiration but will change and alter the colour and form to create my painting. Therefore my work is both real and imaginary, aways working with an element of chance.
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My work is focused around hyper realistic faces, which are shown through a natural crop of reality. I am interested in the obscure and the uncomfetable in my subject matter, which leaves my compositions as highly detailed snapshot inspired works. My work
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Most of the painting I do comes from inspiration on the land and sky around us, I store the images and colours to produce expressionist landscapes and some more abstract works. You can contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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About the Artist Australian-born Sally Willbanks graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design. She has had a varied artistic career, from restoring vintage posters, painting for the Danbury Mint, owning and operating an art program for kids, to culminating in painting full time and running a gallery in her local town. She is also the owner of Australia's premier art reproduction business, Canvas River. She currently resides in Australia, about three hours south of Sydney. About Her Abstract Artwork Sally’s work is a journey into abstract expressionism. It is an exploration of emotion, of painting the unseen. Sally wishes to present the viewer with a starting point for their own discovery into an emotional zone, with each painting actively drawing in the viewer without guiding them on what to think or what to feel. Sally relies on the viewer’s internal reaction to the painting, without predetermining what she wishes to communicate, allowing the viewer to travel a personal journey. Sally is interested in developing her own artistic voice, a language of mark-making and flourishing brushwork. Her process is intuitive, raw and energetic, with frenetic brushwork punctuated with areas of quiet that denote a sense of silence amidst the turmoil. Her mark-making often contains a scrawl that, from a distance, is mistaken for handwriting. This draws the viewer in to decipher the message hidden amongst the brushwork, however, upon closer examination the scrawl turns out to be a grafitti-like scribble containing no actual letters, and therefore no meaning by which to lead the viewer. The mood of the work is guided by colour and the physicality of the brush strokes, much like music is guided by rhythm and scale. In saying this, music plays a large role in Sally’s paintings, with the music listened to while painting guiding the artist’s internal mood as well as the external cadence of mark-making and brushwork. Sally finds abstract painting to be a very introspective art form, and is interested in the disparity between painting her innermost feelings and projecting them onto large canvases for the public to behold. Sally wishes to bring to the viewer a piece of herself, while leaving them room to contemplate the unseen in her artwork. Please contact Sally if you are interested in commissioning a painting. Click on Portfolio to view collection.
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