Neptune’s Mystery

£950.00

Rachel’s aluminium resin paintings are constructed in layers. Initially in a gestural manner, then becoming more complex with each layer. By adding colour and cells she partly obscures the metal base. The final layer is purely creating the unique texture- the defining indicator of Rachel’s work.

The rich deep blues, turquoise and dazzling gold of this piece are mood enhancing and have the feel good factor.

This artwork is signed on the reverse, and is presented unframed. A plain unglazed box frame is recommended by the artist. Alternatively it can be supplied with a proliner hook which adheres to the back of the artwork enabling the artwork to be hung unframed.

Artist: Rachel McCullock

Product Reference No: A-215378

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Dimensions 52 x .3 x 40 cm
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Rachel McCullock

“ I started to paint simply for pleasure and very rapidly to my surprise and delight, my work generated a great deal of interest.  This inspired me to experiment with innovative techniques and mixed media to develop my own style. I aim to create bold, vibrant, emotive and energetic canvases.  The paintings range from representational images to textural abstracts, from wildlife to majestic coastal scenes with a great deal in between.  I like to think that the use of striking colour is the defining indicator of my work.” Rachel has participated in many exhibitions throughout the UK to wide acclaim ; and has been published on calendars and Christmas and greetings cards.  She is regularly invited to exhibit at the Artshed Gallery in Ware, Hertfordshire. Recently her work has been displayed at the Picturecraft Gallery, Holt, Norfolk. Rachel paints both for exhibition and by private and public commission. Her latest large -scale commission is for the recently completed Child Protection Unit of the Lister Hospital , Stevenage, Hertfordshire where she will provide her unique style modern paintings to be hung in all its rooms, helping to create a sympathetic and appropriate atmosphere. www.rachelmccullock.co.uk

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