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Susan Laughton Artist
Lumiere | Paintings by Susan Laughton Artist
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Lumiere | Paintings by Susan Laughton Artist
Lumiere | Paintings by Susan Laughton Artist
Lumiere | Paintings by Susan Laughton Artist
Lumiere | Paintings by Susan Laughton Artist
Lumiere | Paintings by Susan Laughton Artist
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Lumiere | Paintings by Susan Laughton Artist

Lumiere - Paintings

Price $1,100

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Estimated Arrival: February 12, 2023

One of a Kind item
This painting is a delicate imagined winter landscape with subtle shimmering pale greens, pinks and blues.
Acrylic and plaster on plywood.
50x60x4cm deep
Ready to hang.

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Item Lumiere
As seen in Creator's Studio, Blacon, United Kingdom
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Susan Laughton Artist
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2020
Painting and sculpture inspired by landscape and architecture.

Susan Laughton worked in architecture for twelve years before returning to education to study art graduating with a BA Hons in 2002. Her work is exhibited regularly in the UK and is held in private collections in the UK, Europe, the US, Singapore and Australia. It has been selected for the Royal West of England Academy Drawn exhibition, Royal Scottish Academy Annual exhibition and Fully Awake 5:6 at the Freelands Foundation, London. She has been a professional artist since 2006.

"The landscape is my starting point, not as a picturesque or static view, but as a space travelled through and experienced often on the edges of the urban and rural. It is a source of man made and natural structures, surfaces
and colour from which my reductive personal responses develop. I am inspired by distant horizons, the silhouettes of trees and rooftops contrasting expanses of sky interrupted by power lines, and by the architectural forms of vernacular buildings."