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Nirvana Triptych

Nirvana Triptych was shown at my solo show First Light at The Hyde Gallery W4 & 

The Other Art Fair London Mar 2023 presented by Saatchi Art.

The artwork was featured in Suboart Magazine 2023 and in the curated collection "SPRING" by Ruby Clarkson at Saatchi Art - March 2024


3x 100x100cm oil painted canvas.
Each canvas is framed in white-grained wood. 


I painted the triptych to feature on my stand at The Other Art Fair London 2023.

Nirvana was created to be a large sized statement piece for a room, setting a scene of tranquillity and calmness that flowed across three canvases. I separated the painting into three canvases to give the option to parted around a room or to be hung together.


I called this piece Nirvana, as it is created from my own experience of being in a heavenly setting where I am alone or with my child near a lake that we frequent and the beauty and peacefulness fills me with inspiration, happiness and hope. 


Nirvana is my idyllic place and I hope I have put all of these feelings and emotions into my artwork.  


My largest painting to date. I like to work on a large scale, to give me freedom of space and composition, I wanted movement and freedom to come across in my surreal pond. I work very closely with interiors and the colours that I bring into my work are carefully chosen, not only inspired by current trends but also by nature itself. 


I wanted the painting to have a timeless beauty about it and to be painted with a mix of contemporary and fine art.  
Koi are a symbol of good luck and spiritual abundance. I painted three koi in each canvas, totalling nine which is also a significant lucky number.


I hope the painting brings, joy, luck, hope and happiness.

Nirvana Triptych

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