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London Dusk Reflections
by Neil Dawson
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London-based Neil Dawson has launched his dynamic first collection with Portfolio Fine Art - "Time to Reflect" features four pieces inspired by everyday images to be found in iconic cities London and New York. City Streets, originally produced using oil on canvas, is the product of Neil being "inspired by the energy and colour of cities."
Total Edition Size: 70 copies 45 Paper Edition, 25 Canvas Edition
Framed Canvas Board
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I am a very visual person and my ideas tend to come from what I see around me. In everyday life - flicking through papers, watching TV, walking around town - images, compositions and colours can trigger chain reactions, sparking ideas for future paintings. I am always finding torn out references from magazines or scraps of paper with notes and sketches made in moments of excitement and inspiration days or weeks ago, that serve as starting points for new work.
A great deal of inspiration comes from the development and evolution of my own work. I am on a constant learning curve with my painting, even in a disastrous piece I can usually find something - whether a colour scheme, method of mark making and paint manipulation or composition - that worked well and can be taken on and developed in a new work. It is an exciting and evolving process that keeps me fresh, inspired and coming back for more.
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