made in britain
An original painting by Scottish artist; Jonathan Barber on stretched canvas framed in a bespoke box frame.
'Landscape No.43' is part of a large series of landscape studies by Jonathan Barber. This piece is a response to colour and light within a landscape. Dynamic layers of blues, mints and greens are contrasted by bright bursts of white and orange. This is a piece that draws the viewer into planes of perspective and depth. Framed in a bespoke waxed pine box frame (in white) this is an ideal statement piece for a bright room.
Jonathan Barber, a contemporary artist based in Edinburgh creates atmospheric abstracted work based around light, darkness, shape, movement and presence. After graduating from the School of Drawing and Painting at Edinburgh College of Art (2008) Jonathan has continued to make and exhibit work as well as teach Art and Design at Primary, Secondary and College level. His recent work consists of large scale abstract landscapes on canvas and board alongside smaller more intricate studies on paper. His developed aesthetic is made up of dark weighty tones bringing depth and distance to the canvas. Accents of colour are skilfully used as compositional tools to entice the viewer to weave through layers and perspective.
Water based paints, ink and oil on stretched canvas.
H31cm x W25cm x D7cm