Art Work made on my BA Fine Art degree between 2006 - 2008 Natalie Parsley. Bunch of Keys. 2008. Oil and gloss mono print on paper. 280 x 220cm. Natalie Parsley. Tools 2. 2008. Oil and gloss mono print on paper. 250 x 220cm. Natalie Parsley. Painted tool series. 2008. Oil on board. 186 x 28 x 2 cm each (approx). Natalie Parsley. Tools. 2008. Charcoal on canvas. 155 x 190.5cm. Natalie Parsley. Tool Box. 2008. Mixed Media. 120 x 180cm approx. Natalie Parsley. Relief with Saw. 2008. Oil on…
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Florian Nicolle Over the weekend you need to cut your A4 gold card plate, ready to print on Monday. In addition to the previous list you should now also have completed: At least 2 good monoprints (one of these should be A4 in scale). Mount all your drawings/prints into your book. Mount 4 - 6 of your best photos in your sketchbook (printed at A5 or A4 scale). 2 pages of research into the mixed media collages of Florian Nicolle. On Monday you will also need to bring £2 as a contribution…
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Miter Saw Painting - HelloArtsy
I recently sold this miter saw painting. At 24 by 13 inches it’s my largest tool portrait painting to date. This miter saw was inherited by my father. It was given to him by his father, the grandfather I never did get to meet but would have loved to. He sounds like he was one […]
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Metal Monkey Wrench Painting - HelloArtsy
Who knew such a simple object could hold the interest of an oil painter, but it did. This seemingly simple monkey wrench came my way and was placed in my queue of “tools to paint”. It didn’t have my usual requisites in an object of artistic merit. Those being an old tool that combined an […]