Saturday, 02. September 2006
Watercolor Fantasy and Fairy art by Sarah Pauline
Common themes of my work are the investigation of 'truth' and what that represents and how it is also illusion. In other words, is the physical representation very often a true representation of what something is? Is something beautiful because of how it looks? I like to explore these ideas visually using themes of commonly recognized characters.
I like the idea of finding the playful child inside us and embracing happiness where we can find it. How do we define 'magic'? Isn't something real because it exists, even if only in our dreams? After all, we can fly off to wonderland on the wings of any obliging fairy!
|I have been entranced by fantasy imagery and literature since early childhood and all my artwork is, basically, about creating a sense of magic. My noncommissioned work is concerned with personal themes and escapes from the day to day. Stylistically my art is best described as "imaginative and playful." My work is intentionally infused with a sense of the mystical or dreamlike and not always symbolic in content however sometimes I attempt to investigate layers of meaning but include an immediate initial subjective or emotional impression.|
Watercolor Fantasy and Fairy art by Sarah Pauline, painter of winged dreams and unseen things!
Friday, 01. September 2006
Click the flowers, play around with your mouse.
Make sure that all Dervish run out and disappear from the screen ...
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