Artwork Description

Oil on canvas, ready to hang.

Signed on the front.

The sunlight was pouring through my studio window and unto this beautiful green bottle. The colour was so vibrant like the Spring grass outside I just knew I had to paint it.

I love to paint old glass bottles that I find. The Forest behind my house has several abandoned settlers cottages. They tend to have old tip piles where they threw out their old broken China and medicine bottles.

It astounds me that they beautiful, embossed glass jars were considered rubbish. And it makes me think of this Gin Bottle, how one day in the future a bottle may skip the recycling bin to end up on an Antique store shelf as a decorative piece. Filled with nostalgia for the way things were.

I used thick buttery, oil paint. Everything went so well with this piece and it is imbued with the energy it was painted with. It invites the viewer to see this bottle in a new light, as decorative.

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Oil paint on deep edge canvas, signed by the artist and ready to hang

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Katherine Warburton

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