Landscapes in Acrylic by Pauline Rignall

The act of painting is a constant process of being present by immersing myself in light and space whether I'm involved in landscape or still life. It is not a literal representation of reality but rather, it is an unfolding of a hidden order through the rhythm and balance of mark making and obliteration.  Engaging in this process is the flux between dream images and the waking world.  My early influences were through sitting for Leon Kossoff (who studied under David Bomberg) and the life-drawing classes taught by Sargy Mann at the Camden Institute.

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Burbage Edge
Acrylic on Canvas
76x76cm
625.00

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Owler Tor From Fox House
Acrylic on Canvas
76x61cm
525.00

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Looking Towards Eyam, Through the Meadow
Acrylic on Canvas
60x60cm
595.00

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Eyam Meadow
Acrylic on Canvas
61x46cm
495.00

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Rivelin Trees
Acrylic on Canvas
76x76m
650.00

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Eyam Field
Acrylic on Canvas
90x60cm
525.00

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Burbage Brook
Acrylic on Canvas
76x76cm
650.00

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Summer Light in Padley Gorge
Acrylic on Canvas
40x50cm
245.00

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Sunlight in Padley Gorge
Acrylic on Canvas
40x40cm
225.00

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Landscape Near Derwent Reservoir
Acrylic on Canvas
70x70cm
645.00

Mist Over Alport Castles
Acrylic on Canvas
100x76cm
795.00

In the Hope Valley
Watercolour
42x24cm
245.00 - Framed

In the Hope Valley
Watercolour
42x24cm
245.00 - Framed

Still Life Paintings by Pauline Rignall

at the River's Edge Gallery, near Bamford, Hope Valley

Original Abstract, Still Life and Landscape Art of the Dark Peak and Peak District

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