Common Weal
Common Weal

Common Weal
Framed: approx 70 x 70cm
Acrylic Gouache and Gold Leaf Gilding on Watercolour Paper
Signed by the artist
Certificate of Authenticity

Bespoke Frame Details:
Matt black contemporary wooden frame with acrylic glazing.
Acid-free warm white mount and backing board

The Common Weal represents the collaborative relationships within the British Commonwealth. The overall design of The Common Weal takes inspiration from rose stained glass windows of Gothic architecture. Stained glass windows of this period were beautifully ornate and rich with symbolism - the colours and imagery could be read as if they were stories. Flags in themselves are deeply interesting in their history and symbolism and this was the natural starting point for this piece. The circular structure of the whole piece, with all flags connected by ‘black leading’ alludes to the Commonwealth core principles of unity and equality. As well as all flags being represented, other motifs include the dove and olive branch which are classic symbols of piece.

This painting was recently exhibited at the Art of Communication Exhibition at 44AD Artspace in Bath.

Materials:
We only use high quality materials for our paintings to ensure they meet archival standards. All of our paints contain high lightfast pigments and the heavyweight watercolour paper is acid-free.

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Common Weal

Common Weal
Framed: approx 70 x 70cm
Acrylic Gouache and Gold Leaf Gilding on Watercolour Paper
Signed by the artist
Certificate of Authenticity

Bespoke Frame Details:
Matt black contemporary wooden frame with acrylic glazing.
Acid-free warm white mount and backing board

The Common Weal represents the collaborative relationships within the British Commonwealth. The overall design of The Common Weal takes inspiration from rose stained glass windows of Gothic architecture. Stained glass windows of this period were beautifully ornate and rich with symbolism - the colours and imagery could be read as if they were stories. Flags in themselves are deeply interesting in their history and symbolism and this was the natural starting point for this piece. The circular structure of the whole piece, with all flags connected by ‘black leading’ alludes to the Commonwealth core principles of unity and equality. As well as all flags being represented, other motifs include the dove and olive branch which are classic symbols of piece.

This painting was recently exhibited at the Art of Communication Exhibition at 44AD Artspace in Bath.

Materials:
We only use high quality materials for our paintings to ensure they meet archival standards. All of our paints contain high lightfast pigments and the heavyweight watercolour paper is acid-free.

Free UK Shipping
Your order will be carefully wrapped in protective packaging and shipped by a reputable delivery service. Tracking details will be provided and a signature will be required upon receipt of the package.

Environmental Policy
Wherever possible we try to recycle old packaging without sacrificing the protection of the product.

Pay by PayPal

£650
 
Item added to cart