Tag Archives: Rick Amor

Spot the Difference

Much like a kid at the beach trying to save their sandcastle from the ceaseless rush of ocean – It is an almost endless process this painting thing.

But yet like most things, there is an end, or somewhere closer to the finishing line. I had a solo show open earlier this year and I had been playing catch up since returning from that seaside residency in February.

Out of interest I am showing you some of the paintings before (as they were in the show) and after, which I hope you will find as fascinating as I do.

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MANIFOLDharley (1 of 1)

These are an interesting pair, it’s a little like spot the difference. I’m already seeing things I’d like to change… Again…

 

120-Ping Ping Ping Ping Ping Ping I want to be Alone Oil on Belgian Linen 130x200cm 2015

Fascinatingly the older version (top painting) looks somewhat better on screen – I am however certain that it is much better in person, at over 6ft across it is difficult to get a real feel for it on screen… Isn’t it pretty to think so? Thank you Hemmingway.

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Hope you are having a great week so far! Feel free to come and visit the studio if you are interested in the paintings. There is always something interesting going on in here!

Or go visit my latest show of miniature paintings at ‘CONTAINED’  2nd – 19th September at Rubicon ARI, Level 1 – 309 Queensberry Street, North Melbourne.

Oh Studios One

Here is a little study of a study by Rick Amor, it is one of my favourites – though now sold. it is in my little open studio show.

  • 31 tinning st Brunswick, off sydney rd.(tram 19 or drive is easy) then Anstey Train station is literally on the other side of the building! off the Upfield Train line
  • CAN’T AFFORD MY PAINTINGS? NOW YOU CAN.An open studio of small paintings, watercolours and drawings. Including some major works like ‘The Machine’ and ‘Icarus’. All works are priced to sell. There are facilities for internet banking, cheques can be taken, working on an EFTPOS facility.

    A link to the larger paintings is here.
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    Feel free to invite people who you may think would be interested.

    Hours are from 10.30 am – 5.30 pm each day.