Monthly Archives: July 2019

New Painting * Love in a time of Ebola – Acrylic on Canvas

Hello!!! Long time! I hope everyone is well?
Things have been a bit quiet here but lots has been happening behind the scenes most of which have been documented on my instagram here
https://www.instagram.com/joanneseale

But I will try to start a new weekly news roundup for my blog and website. Watch this space!!

So this new painting sort of evolved from an abstract art exercise that developed into a painting about current affairs.
It is called ‘Love in a time of Ebola’ and features acrylic on canvas.. Yes I am now working regularly on canvas!!
The painting sort of just appeared but it started with the eyes.
I don’t know where the Ebola reference came from but it was probably something that I had been reading and thinking about.
The 2 figures sort of look like either space travellers or androids and that meant something to me too.
But art is really about what you see in an image.
This painting is about affection, needs, love, distance, restriction, health, humanity etc etc.

 

love in a time of ebola painting art joanne seale

love in a time of ebola painting art joanne seale

 

love in a time of ebola painting art joanne seale

 

love in a time of ebola painting art joanne seale

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July Edition of ‘Art For Your Screens’ – You Are Enough

Hello! It is now July so time for a new edition of ‘Art For Your Screens’!
This month’s drop features my painting ‘You Are Enough’ and is great as a screensaver or wallpaper on your mobile phone, so you can have it on display at all times!
You can download it here
https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/718412103/art-for-your-screens-july-edition-you?

art for your screens painting joanne seale

This month one lucky person who downloads the artwork will also receive a signed physical copy of my cute cat watercolour painting posted to you, I will be selecting someone at random so watch this space!

watercolour cute cat face art painting joanne seale

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