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  • Art. painting. For Example: louise mcnaught

    15.07.2012

    louise mcnaught

    painting

    Louise McNaught’s work hints at the world of myth and folklore, exploring the relationship between humans and animals. The imagery often seems caught somewhere between childhood imagination and adult reasoning, as she gravitates towards using symbolism and allegory in her work.

    The natural elements in Louise’s work are exploring the importance of the nature and our connection to it, and at the same time metaphorically dealing with psychological and emotional states. The juxtaposition of humans with other animals in her work is not intended to anthropomorphise these creatures but to highlight our origins and the imbalance we’ve created in the environment.

    Through her fragile imagery she subverts traditional representation by hinting at darker consequences. The animals and plants are shattered, fragmented and vandalised. Animals are shown unnatural in their luminescence. Louise’s paintings, drawings and sculptures have an other-worldly feel. They hint at the violence in nature and the horror in folklore. She uses a sensitive, soft style when depicting her subject matter, that suggests the delicate relationship between man and nature, making a clear point about man's destruction of nature, which flutters jewel-like in the balance.

    www.louisemcnaught.com
  • Art. painting. For Example: louise mcnaught

    15.07.2012

    louise mcnaught

    painting

    Louise McNaught’s work hints at the world of myth and folklore, exploring the relationship between humans and animals. The imagery often seems caught somewhere between childhood imagination and adult reasoning, as she gravitates towards using symbolism and allegory in her work.

    The natural elements in Louise’s work are exploring the importance of the nature and our connection to it, and at the same time metaphorically dealing with psychological and emotional states. The juxtaposition of humans with other animals in her work is not intended to anthropomorphise these creatures but to highlight our origins and the imbalance we’ve created in the environment.

    Through her fragile imagery she subverts traditional representation by hinting at darker consequences. The animals and plants are shattered, fragmented and vandalised. Animals are shown unnatural in their luminescence. Louise’s paintings, drawings and sculptures have an other-worldly feel. They hint at the violence in nature and the horror in folklore. She uses a sensitive, soft style when depicting her subject matter, that suggests the delicate relationship between man and nature, making a clear point about man's destruction of nature, which flutters jewel-like in the balance.

    www.louisemcnaught.com
  • Art. painting. For Example: louise mcnaught

    15.07.2012

    louise mcnaught

    painting

    Louise McNaught’s work hints at the world of myth and folklore, exploring the relationship between humans and animals. The imagery often seems caught somewhere between childhood imagination and adult reasoning, as she gravitates towards using symbolism and allegory in her work.

    The natural elements in Louise’s work are exploring the importance of the nature and our connection to it, and at the same time metaphorically dealing with psychological and emotional states. The juxtaposition of humans with other animals in her work is not intended to anthropomorphise these creatures but to highlight our origins and the imbalance we’ve created in the environment.

    Through her fragile imagery she subverts traditional representation by hinting at darker consequences. The animals and plants are shattered, fragmented and vandalised. Animals are shown unnatural in their luminescence. Louise’s paintings, drawings and sculptures have an other-worldly feel. They hint at the violence in nature and the horror in folklore. She uses a sensitive, soft style when depicting her subject matter, that suggests the delicate relationship between man and nature, making a clear point about man's destruction of nature, which flutters jewel-like in the balance.

    www.louisemcnaught.com
  • Art. painting. For Example: louise mcnaught

    15.07.2012

    louise mcnaught

    painting

    Louise McNaught’s work hints at the world of myth and folklore, exploring the relationship between humans and animals. The imagery often seems caught somewhere between childhood imagination and adult reasoning, as she gravitates towards using symbolism and allegory in her work.

    The natural elements in Louise’s work are exploring the importance of the nature and our connection to it, and at the same time metaphorically dealing with psychological and emotional states. The juxtaposition of humans with other animals in her work is not intended to anthropomorphise these creatures but to highlight our origins and the imbalance we’ve created in the environment.

    Through her fragile imagery she subverts traditional representation by hinting at darker consequences. The animals and plants are shattered, fragmented and vandalised. Animals are shown unnatural in their luminescence. Louise’s paintings, drawings and sculptures have an other-worldly feel. They hint at the violence in nature and the horror in folklore. She uses a sensitive, soft style when depicting her subject matter, that suggests the delicate relationship between man and nature, making a clear point about man's destruction of nature, which flutters jewel-like in the balance.

    www.louisemcnaught.com
  • Art. painting. For Example: louise mcnaught

    15.07.2012

    louise mcnaught

    painting

    Louise McNaught’s work hints at the world of myth and folklore, exploring the relationship between humans and animals. The imagery often seems caught somewhere between childhood imagination and adult reasoning, as she gravitates towards using symbolism and allegory in her work.

    The natural elements in Louise’s work are exploring the importance of the nature and our connection to it, and at the same time metaphorically dealing with psychological and emotional states. The juxtaposition of humans with other animals in her work is not intended to anthropomorphise these creatures but to highlight our origins and the imbalance we’ve created in the environment.

    Through her fragile imagery she subverts traditional representation by hinting at darker consequences. The animals and plants are shattered, fragmented and vandalised. Animals are shown unnatural in their luminescence. Louise’s paintings, drawings and sculptures have an other-worldly feel. They hint at the violence in nature and the horror in folklore. She uses a sensitive, soft style when depicting her subject matter, that suggests the delicate relationship between man and nature, making a clear point about man's destruction of nature, which flutters jewel-like in the balance.

    www.louisemcnaught.com
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