From the fiery horizons of Thailand to the proud roots of the British landscape, the magic of twilight is captured in Richard Rowan’s stunning Twilight collection. Painted from a low viewpoint to capture his child’s perspective, the beautiful giclée on glass prints are a calm reflection upon on what we are doing to our planet and the world around us.
Speaking on this piece, Richard says: “The centre of the painting is four trees in the middle of the Milky Way, the centre of the universe. I developed my technique of painting through the reverse side of the glass, painting the Milky Way and then taking parts of the painting off and starting with a new mix of paint to push through. This technique created depth.”
When painting each artwork, Richard listens to a specific song, which is detailed below.
Album: Hole in the Paper Sky
Title: ‘Howard Sees the Sky’, Kerry Muzzey
Location: Kielder Forest, Northumberland
Edition size: 195
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