The Thin Place Beckons, a large deer abstract
The Thin Place Beckons, a large deer abstract
The Thin Place Beckons, a large deer abstract
The Thin Place Beckons, a large deer abstract
The Thin Place Beckons, a large deer abstract
The Thin Place Beckons, a large deer abstract
The Thin Place Beckons, a large deer abstract
The Thin Place Beckons, a large deer abstract
The Thin Place Beckons, a large deer abstract

Gill Bustamante Artist

The Thin Place Beckons, a large deer abstract

Sale price£2,400.00

📍Crafted in Forest Row, East Sussex

The Thin Place Beckons is a very large semi-abstract original oil painting showing deer gathering beyond a lake in a heart shaped forest at twilight. It is 48x48x1.5 inches. It was made with liberal amounts of white, golden yellow, peach and purple paint with cyan blue for accent. The inspiration was the definition of the word ‘thin place’ which is a Celtic expression for a place that stands between two universes. This is an idea I have always loved and the deer appear often in my paintings as in other folklore they are regarded as harbingers or guides between worlds. Because the paint is multilayered and oil colours do change quite dramatically in different light, (something that delighted me when I saw it in this painting), it will go from muted neutral colours to luminous sunset ones at different times of the day. I am satisfied I caught some of the magic I was trying to catch in this painting and hope that whoever buys it will have magic too. Painted on deep edge canvas, wide edges, painted white, ready to hang and comes with a certificate of authenticity. Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ZOSWL-jMw4

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