The heart-warming title of this piece stems from a conversation between the artist and his great-granddaughter who remarked that her mother plaited her hair "Every Sometimes Day". Inspired by the amusing innocence of this statement, Bob created the above artwork that also referenced an older photograph of his daughter looking out the window. The highly effective and beautiful colour palette that mixes black and white with red accents perfectly captures the iconic red brick Victorian and Edwardian terraced houses that line the towns and cities of the UK (particularly in the North). Light rain is captured through delicate strokes, perfectly shown in this hand-varnished giclée canvas on board. Although this artwork is from an intimate family tale, we the viewer get to put our own story to the little girl thinking ‘Every Sometimes Day’.
Part of the second instalment From Yesterday to Here, Bob Barker explores a new range of lively scenes through subdued and romantic colour palettes that hark back to the artist's northern roots and industrial background. Discover the full set here, also available as a boxed canvas edition here.
Edition size: 295
Medium: Fine Art Print
Subjects: Children, Humour, Moods, Town Scenes
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