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Yes, fissures of light from a distorted dark void, as tragedy is inevitable sometimes, yet empathy comforts those affected and restores.The juxtaposition of white line kind of secures and brings hope.

Well painted Ellen

I like this Ellen and agree with Angela that it evokes hope.

I really like this abstract and think you have translated your thoughts very well, in it.

Thank you for your thoughts and comments, Angela. Thank you Sarah. Thank you Fiona. Thank you Denise for your feedback. This really was hard to portray, I wanted to get over the sadness and devastation, but at the same time the community pulling together with rescuing those in immediate danger. I tried not to make it too dark a subject, so I’m thrilled that you saw what I was feeling.

Thank you Coral for your feedback.

Those colours and the overall balance of the piece is sublime Ellen!

Thank you for your appreciation, Alan.

Hang on Studio Wall
09/01/2024
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With all the floods in Nottinghamshire and surrounding areas, my heart went out to all those who were affected. The news and pictures of floods were on my mind when I painted this. I used oil pastels, markers and pen on an under painting in acrylics, then let the process take over.

About the Artist
Ellen Mooney

I work in acrylics. My style is abstract expressionism…..“I begin with an idea, then it becomes something else”….a quote by Picasso. I’m an Exhibiting Member of the Nottingham Society of Artists, where I regularly show my artwork in their exhibitions. Prize winner of the Holbrook Trust Award…

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