Clitheroe street at night


STAGE I

Clitheroe street at night.
Clitheroe Street at Night, colour crayon on a heavy duty paper, size: 42 / 60 cm

It meant to be a painting, I picked up the crayons to sketch just basics. Those colour crayons gave me enormous joy and soon I was taken over by the medium, fascinated with lines, texture, colour and expression of every pencil stroke. I liked it at first, then I felt it lacked some substance.

STAGE II

Clitheroe street at night, pencil crayon and enamel on a heavy weight paper.
Clitheroe Street at Night, colour crayon and enamel on a heavy duty paper. Size: 42 / 60 cm Price for unframed picture £75

Clitheroe Street at Night,

colour crayon and enamel on a heavy duty paper.

Size: 42 / 60 cm

Price for unframed picture £75

 

So I took an enamel paint, and with the help of a craft knife I have added blue, white and black liquid strokes, and with those strokes I have released the power and depth of a night, contrasted against blinding headlights of a car passing by, so dazzling that everything seems to be swallowed by those lights as they penetrate the darkness…

 

 

Published by Gosh Art by Gosha Gibek

Filling the world with colours, capture your passions and the athletic version of you.

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