The Cornstubble Series came about from walking though dead Winter corn fields near my home. The bleak stumps of dead corn sticking out of mud and pools of water reminded me of some of Paul Nash’s war paintings.
The light that reflected into the water was bright and playful – so although sad in some ways, the dancing bright lights seemed eerily beautiful and hopeful.
The panels are 40 x 40 cms using acrylic, oil, cut foam roller and Plextol 498 image transfer
The Silkscreen Prints and Aquatint are processes that I have been trying out in 2017 alongside the rather fun Tetra Prints (using a juice box as the ground for the etching) – more will follow…