Pandaemonium

'Pandaemonium', Full Bleed Giclee on Somerset Velvet 330gsm Paper, 60x60cm (2016) £200.jpg
'Pandaemonium', Full Bleed Giclee on Somerset Velvet 330gsm Paper, 60x60cm (2016) £200.jpg

Pandaemonium

200.00

Artist: Louise McNaught

Edition size: 25 signed limited editions

Medium: Giclée on Somerset paper

Total dimensions: Print is 23.5" x 23.5" inches (60cm x 60cm). Sold unframed.

In the artist's own words:

"This striking piece takes on endangered species the Panda. In Chinese mythology the Panda was thought to be the manifestation of Yin and Yang as it virtually has equal amounts of black and white. The Panda naturally symbolises strength and tranquillity reflected in the sunny yellow background. The Panda is represented itself with upwards drips, the body partially fading away to hint at the plight of the panda bring a much endangered species, with upward drips suggesting the pandas divine status’..."

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Louise McNaught completed her Fine Art Degree BSc (Hons) in 2012 at the University of Greenwich, and she has continued to work as a professional artist ever since, with international representation....

Louise‘s creations feature nature, animals, and the celestial realm in glorious, blazing neon hues, where the animals are God-like, Sublime and ethereal in their luminescence. Not wishing to limit herself or her subject matter, McNaught has a mixed-media approach which usually manifests in painted-drawings on traditional and sometimes unusual supports, such as celestial maps. Her soft style suggests a delicate relationship between nature and ourselves, making a clear point about man's destruction of nature - which flutters jewel-like in the balance. By subverting traditional representation she hints at darker consequences, yet paradoxically giving animals an elevated status. Just as we use highlighter pens to mark areas of importance, McNaught is doing this with fluorescent paint. By drawing the viewers attention to the animals presence and energy, McNaught is hoping to share with the viewer the awe that the natural world inspires within her.

"Her work presents a pleasant balance between traditional technique and new age spunk" The Quiet Lunch Magazine