Set me Free
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36″(92cm) x 28.5″(72cm) – measurements include the frame – large, landscape orientation.
The striking contrast achieved in this large original oil on canvas by contemporary artist Kaye Maahs is rather captivating, with what feels like a detailed study in oils, set against a deep, dark canvas. The life cycle of a dandelion is a fascinating one, and here, at what some might say is its dying stages, it is, actually, at its most critical point – that of releasing its seeds in floret form (what we would have called dandelion clocks as children). To understand this, is to see the absolute beauty in the piece.
With a deliberate hand, but a stunningly, delicate touch.
Extraordinarily competent and self-assured artist, Kaye Maahs, has produced a stunning new collection of works based around nature. A magnificently collectable artist, whose name has been pinpointed as ‘one to watch’ on many an occasion and whose star continues to rise.
Kaye has won awards and bursaries and exhibited both nationally and internationally. She continues to be chosen to partake in the RHA’s annual exhibition and now has work hanging in private collections around the world.
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