Golden Hour on Loop Head
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Note: Long and slim original piece – 9.5″ (23cm) x 43″(109cm) and a depth of 2″(5cm).
This exquisite piece is narrow and long, as though you are just barely peeping out a window and being lucky enough to capture a wonderous glimpse of a golden hour sunset . Also, it happens to appear like a shaft of sunlight, bouncing across your wall. The height might only be 9.5″ (23cm) but the length is an impressive 43″ (109cm) – this serves to provide and achieve the glimpse of wonder the artist wants you to see.
This is so striking. Kim’s eye for colour is what makes her work stand out. Fascinated and indeed awed by the incredible and ever changing skies that we experience here on the Loop Head Peninsula, Kim utilises her knowledge of fusible web, of heat layering, of acrylics and of colour to create pieces of art that really take you to that exact moment. A window to the outside during that rather special golden hour, when the skies are full of deep oranges and purples.
Thittichai, artist and author of four books on experimental textile techniques, has 30 years of teaching under her belt, from the UK to Australia and New Zealand. She has developed a new, many layered, heat process using recycled local newspapers, acrylic paint and fusible web. The work is protected with several layers of acrylic wax.
Truly striking – Irish contemporary artwork – professionally framed – designer – author – artist – Kim Thittichai – Original Irish Artwork – Golden Hour –
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