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To learn more about my art, please visit my fine art website at www.gillianleesmithartist.com.

This is one of my favourite recent studies for new work. Created using Quick ink and bleach through a random drawing and monoprinting method. I love the unexpected flow and distortion of the face. For me it evokes feelings of uncertain times and the themes of known history, personal experience and legacy.
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I am sharing more about the development of this work through Patreon. You can find out more through the link in my profile.
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#BuildingABodyOfWork ##StubbornlyStill #HereForTheStills
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A bit of a throwback today to a painting completed in 2018 where I really dived into creating paintings of ships in stormy seas. ​​​​​​​​
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'Flames on the deep, dark sea' - Oil on board, 36 x 36 inches (2018)​​​​​​​​
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It's good to look back at older work, thinking on what I can revisit but approach in new ways that represent where I am now as an artist. I know that a painting I did earlier this year in the same subject felt like a big leap from the work I was doing even three or four years ago. I also think, in many ways that i still struggle with not being as prolific as I would like, but that is okay, when my last stormy sea painting took me almost two months to paint! ​​​​​​​​
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So, looking back, in order to celebrate what has been, but to also leap forward .... ​​​​​​​​
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Incidentally, I am enjoying Instagram so much more now that I have decided to not chase making endless, time consuming reels and just post what I want. My feed has also been a bit cleaned up of endless fast paced reels and suggested posts and is enjoyable to scroll through again! ​​​​​​​​
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Here is what I did ​​​​​​​​
1. I hit the 'Following' button under the logo in the top left corner each time I log in.​​​​​​​​
2. I hit the 'Hide suggested posts' button which hides them for 30 days' I think. It has made the biggest difference! When viewing a 'suggested post', click on the three dots in the corner to see the menu where you can hide suggested posts. ​​​​​​​​
3. I am engaging (liking, commenting, sharing) primarily on still images - am I training the algorithm? Doubtful, but something is making a difference! ​​​​​​​​
4. I am following #HereForTheStills and #StubbornlyStill in order to only see still images when that is all I want to see. ​​​​​​​​
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#MaritimeArt #StubbornlyStill #HereForTheStills #ThrowbackThursday
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The process of building so that more excavation can take place. When you lose what you love in a painting but know it's okay. There is always more paint, more time and more layers. I will either get back what I loved, or something else will emerge.
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(Still sick, but now bored enough to attempt a very occasional reel 🤣)
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#BuildingABodyOfWork #OilAndColdWax #OilAndColdWaxPainting #NorthumberlandArtist
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This is one of a few small pieces finished recently. 'The edge between land and sea' - small oil and cold wax paintings that explore an expressive response to my fascination with harbour walls. ​​​​​​​​
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As soon as I can get back to the studio, I will be gathering these paintings and making them available. Soon I hope! ​​​​​​​​
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#ArtistSupportPledge #NorthumberlandArtist #MaritimeArt #HereForTheStills #StubbornlyStill #OilAndColdWaxPainting
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