Oil Paint on canvas, stretched and ready to hang.
Signed on the front.
Nicole Delaney studied at University for 5 years full time, and obtained a Master degree of Fine Art at RMIT University and a Bachelor of Fine art at Monash University. I accept commissioned works, please contact at [email protected]
Here are some reference letters about my personality from Professor, Lecturers at University
From Dom Redfern Professor Master of Fine Art at RMIT University (2017)
"As someone born outside of Australia, working in a second language, and discovering art as a second career, Nicole has shown enormous energy and dedication to her painting since joining us from Monash in 2016. Nicole is a prolific painter.
Nicole is an energetic, exuberant person whose passion transfers itself directly into the scale and vigour of her paintings. She worked hard to extend her working method during her time with us and has improved her painting enormously. Nicole also spent time working to unearth the difficult subject matter that has since fueled her work. At close quarters these dramatic paintings are quite striking and full of expressive vitality. Nicole has made a great study of expressionist painters of the modern and post-modern periods and developed her own controlled and considered gestural language. "
Series “Sublime intoxication”
Delaney’s series “Sublime intoxication” is to explore colour and its intoxicating effect, expressing the dynamic energy of the sublime.
The intensities of the sublime can also have an intoxicating effect. The sublime is closely associated with beauty, but also exaltation, an experience that takes us beyond the ordinary. The sublime becomes the absolute of perfect sensations and acute sensibility, capturing the essence of things, not merely concerned with representation.
“…If one really wishes to be master of an art, technical knowledge of it is not enough. One has to transcend technique so that the art becomes an ‘artless art’ growing out of the Unconscious …Man is a thinking reed but his great works are done when he is not calculating and thinking. “
Herrigal, E 1953, Zen in the Art of Archery, Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd, London, pp. 5-7.
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