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‘Boat’ Series (2017)

Acrylic on canvas

150cm x 100cm

 

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‘Boat’ Series (2017)

Acrylic on canvas

150cm x 100cm

 

 

 

 

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Boat Lightbox #1 (2017)

Graphic pens and markers combined with abstract/urban photographs housed in a lighbox

120cm  x 85cm

 

 

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Boat Lightbox #2 (2017)

Graphic pens and markers combined with abstract/urban photographs housed in a lighbox

120cm  x 85cm

 

Mock up poster with ceiling lamps and a rustic brick background, Photo realistic 3d illustration.

Boat 3 (2016)

Mixed Media print on canvas

Graphic pens and markers combined with abstract/urban photographs

Edition: 25  / each unique

120cm  x 85cm

 

Mock up poster with ceiling lamps and a rustic brick background, Photo realistic 3d illustration.

Boat 4 (2016)

Mixed Media print on canvas

Graphic pens and markers combined with abstract/urban photographs

Edition: 25  / each unique

120cm  x 85cm

 

blank picture in the room

Boat 5 (2016)

Mixed Media print on canvas

Graphic pens and markers combined with abstract/urban photographs

Edition: 25  / each unique

120cm  x 85cm

 

blank picture in the room

Boat 6 (2016)

Mixed Media print on canvas

Graphic pens and markers combined with abstract/urban photographs

Edition: 25  / each unique

120cm  x 85cm

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Lee Thomas (UK)

Graduated in Design from Essex University

This new maritime series has been developed by Lee over the last year and combines abstract photography and draftsmanship.

“The dramatic nature of the sea appeals to me but not because I want to sail. It fits perfectly with how I want to express myself in my work. There is also a strong connection to my daughter moving to America and how I’ve dealt with that through my art. Its all about dark seas not calm seas. The fishermen know that the sea is dangerous and the storm terrible, but they have never found these dangers sufficient reason for remaining ashore”. Vincent Van Gogh

“What would an ocean be without a monster lurking in the dark? It would be like sleep without dreams”. Werner Herzog