19 Aug-26 Aug

Paula is an artist living and working in the south west of England, she is inspired by the architecture of old and new, and is particularly fascinated with the way in which the aura of the moon illuminates the night and picks out the more interesting features of English architecture.

The moon has become a very prominent focal point in many of her paintings, she has always been intrigued by the folklore which surrounds it. Ancient civilizations believed the moon to be made of silver and to be associated with dreams and the imagination, it is for this reason that she always uses real silver to create the moons in her paintings.

She often dreams about the next piece of art she is going to create, and now that it has been scientifically proven that the moon affects our moods and creativity she wonders if it too has power to influence our dreams.

She loves to work with texture, combing heavy texture with strong visual metallics and experimenting with an ever expanding array of materials such as glass, acrylics and silver.

Paula will be exhibiting her work at the Philadelphia Street from the 19th to the 26th of August.


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19 Aug 2013 - 26 Aug 2013


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