Celtic Circle Of Strength by Myra Carter
ARTIST NOTES: The Celtic circle collection is inspired by the circles used in Celtic art. The Celts were not the only culture to use circles and spirals. They were however one of the first to take primitive symbols and transform them in to art. They went on to create intricate designs intertwined with circular shapes and spirals that were unique and beautiful. Early Celts most likely used the circle to represent the sun and possibly such concepts as eternity and continuity. The Celtic Circle Collection explores the concept of a pared back circle. A statement in simplicity without much adornment. An artistic representation of the way the circle may have been in its fundamental form. Recently exhibited at the Knox Art Show.
|| (Height - 91.00 cm X Width - 183.00 cm )
|MEDIUM ON BASE
|| Acrylic on Canvas
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|| © Myra Carter
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Myra is a contemporary abstract artist with a passion for colour. She enjoys creating vibrant and textural works of art and seeks to express emotion through her work. Originally from Scotland, she now lives in Warrandyte, Australia surrounded by birds and wildlife. The beauty of nature is her constant inspiration. She likes to work intuitively, enjoying the interplay of different textures and colours on the canvas. She is excited by the dynamic nature of abstract painting and enjoys the physicality of working on larger pieces. Her artworks have been featured in a variety of art shows, galleries and corporate spaces including the Victorian Office of the Solicitor General. More of Myra's artworks can be seen on www.myracarter.com.au.