My Panoramas were a blast to work on but I found it very difficult to capture their effect in pictures. However, here are some pictures of the individual parts of the panoramas put together in the right order. Below you will also find some attempts at ‘overview’ pictures plus some details of every panorama.
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Prices of all the works are in euros. P&P stands for ‘postage & packaging’ and is depending on the actual postage costs. Please take a look at my How to Buy page for an overview of p&p costs.
PANORAMAS IN PROCESS
With redecorating often comes something else which I like to call studio serendipity. It’s something that happens between you and your art that you couldn’t have thought of otherwise. Or that probably wouldn’t have happened hadn’t you changed the status quo.
In this case it was this collection of seven colourful base layers. I pinned them on my studio wall and I suddenly realised I could combine them into one super large panorama painting. How exciting! Who would’ve thought!
Not long after there was one night I just couldn’t sleep because of all the panorama compositions floating through my dreams. I got up, made sketches and the next day two weeks I made art like a complete maniac. And there they were: four different panoramas. Well, there actually is a fifth but I didn’t deem it good enough to be featured here (scroll down if you’d like to see some pictures).
Sometimes art already knows how it wants to be made. It has a will of its own and just uses me as a means to reach its goal. (It’s like the one ring!) The challenge for the artist is then to just to let it become what it wants to become. Without any interfering. I feel I succeeded with that 4 times out of 5. A good track record to start with, I would say.
SPECS OF THESE PANORAMAS
Oil + oil pastels + acrylic markers on paper. Each panorama consists of 5 pieces of 30 x 40 cm paper. Put together they make one large panorama painting.
They would be brilliant in a long hall or on a large empty wall. They will also make your room look wider when you hang them above a dresser.
MORE ART LIKE THIS
If you like these panorama paintings be sure to check out my large Autumn in Applecross painting. It’s a much larger, elaborated version of the small one on paper.