Himalayan Cow Gliceé Limited Print

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This fine art gliceé print of Himalayan Cow by Sofia Barton captures the artists ancestry. Having been told to keep doing a Highland cow by several market goers I decided to do something different and embrace one of the most rich exotic cultures in the world. The original painting captures my nostalgia of travelling in  India as an infant and the abundance  or celebration of colour. 


Prints are 300gsm. Limited. Signed by artist. Come fully backed and wrapped in cellopane. 

All packages come carefully wrapped in cellophane and protective board to keep them damage free. Postage is regularly done and items are normally dispatched on the same working day.

 
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Inspiring Designs with an allure of Magic! All the Artwork is generally highly pigmented, colourful and culturally vibrant with Sofia's Indian and Pakastani Heritage. The Artwork is designed in making others happy and inspired.

Sofia Barton is the illustrator behind Inspiratori North and has been interested in the imagery of fantasy since early childhood. All the artwork is, at its most fundamental level, about creating a “sense of wonder”.  In the illustrations, her primary concern has been to create a window into the magic elements of the North East.

Stylistically her art is best described as “Imaginative Realism”.  Most closely allied to the scope and feeling of what is referred to as contemporary “Visionary Art”, her gallery art is intentionally imbued with a strong sense of the mystical or dreamlike, and is suffused with symbolic content.  There is a deliberate attempt to invest the image with layers of meaning while having an immediate subjective or visual impression.

The majority of her work falls into one or another series of related paintings, which share common themes and symbols.  In general terms, the Wonderland series deal with Magical Animals and their symbolism in Western Art.  The Victoriana series is concerned with a personal investigation into Victorian England, History of Colonisation and its affects on Modern Society.  The Wolfmother paintings are about the quest for inner revelation and meaning.  Other series of works in progress (e.g., Eastern Promises, Gaia, or End of Nature series) are about various other issues.

Sofia began creating more artwork after family grievances and was able to launch with the Princes Trust in 2017.

Inspiratori North
63 Chelford Close
Wallsend
NE28 9YE
TELEPHONE: 07903901869
EMAIL: SofiaBarton0@gmail.com

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