Girl in a Chair Original Painting by Lynne Mettam.
Collage/mixed media on canvas.
30.5 x 22.5 x 4.0 cm
Picasso (inspired/modified) sketch – figurative expressionism – a woman sits in a chair surrounded by some memories of the day past. She is relaxed and enjoying the quietness that she feels when she is sitting in the chair contemplating the day.
This piece is experimental in that I am using mixed media to experiment with sketches both my own and from the masters, and each piece is a one off, finished with cold wax to preserve the work.
(A note on mixed medium – a term which is used as reference to design and visual art where more than one medium is used in the creation of an artwork.
In 1912 Picasso and his friend Braque experimented with what they called Cubism, using each other’s work to make art and start a new movement of collage using mixed media and embellishments of paper and found objects. Picasso used house paint for most of his art and also brown paper and wallpaper cast offs which he peeled from walls of his various studios and rooms.)
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