This is wonderful Ellen.

Down into the depths, or, in my case, not. When we visited the Barrier Reef I think I was the only one not to enjoy submersing and seeing all the fish. Just don’t like anything swimming around me😳😆. Your granddaughter is giving you lots of inspiration Ellen.

You are so experimental. Such a good thing to do.

I love this Ellen. I think the air bubbles are great.

I can imagine seeing this as a distorted view of the colourful coral and fish, through a veil of bubbles… it.

Thank you everyone for your appreciation. While travelling down the east coast of Australia, my granddaughter did a trip to an island off the Gold Coast and snorkelled around some wrecks. The photos were amazing. I’m really enjoying working from her photos.

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Acrylics and markers on a deep sided canvas that had lots of texture on and very little else. It’s a joy when you can recycle and create something else. This is inspired by photos sent from my granddaughter who’s in Australia on her gap year.

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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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