Isabelle Dyson: EnamelwarI graduated from the Cass School of Art in London in 2017 and have been working from still life objects since that time. My inspiration stems from artists such as Giorgio Morandi, Paul Cezanne, and Caravaggio. I seek to evoke a feeling of emotive familiarity in my work by placing the everyday at the forefront without glorification, really focusing on simple composition and simple tonal colours. Many household objects inspire me to paint and I love to capture the beauty in inanimate objects and play with how they are composed, before rendering them on paper or canvas. I like the symbolism certain objects can bring and the way composition is the make or break of a picture. In this work I also wanted to create a raw physicality as I like to be faithful to the material, showing it ‘warts and all’ so that that it is a true reflection of our times.
Title: Enamelware, acrylic on paper, framed
Size: 30.5cm h x 23 w
Price: Sold (contact form, please include the title of the work)