M A R T I N .B U S H

Contemporary Expressive Abstract Painter

Artist in Residence Royal William Yard Plymouth UK Est 2004

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I am having a small break from exhibitions but you can find me in my gallery studio as well as Host Gallery here in Plymouth

 

Two Worlds One Artist Exhibition has ended

Had a great time exhibiting in this fab white walled office space and gained some great new contacts and clients so well worth the time

My Gallery is also open every week from Wednesday to Sunday

I am usually there from 10.30am to 5pm and often there on a Tuesday too.

Do let me know if your coming

Find me here

Guard House, Royal WIlliam Yard, Plymouth PL1 3RP

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January 2019

The start of a new year is the time I usually make my annual trip to my second home Thailand which is where I recharge and gain a lot of my inspiration.

I was invited to show this painting in an exhibition and had the privilege to meet Her Royal Highness Princess Soamsavali on grand opening day so very exciting news.

"Siam Beach" Acrylic and oil with gold leaf, measures 122cm x 122cm on a deep edge canvas.

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Paintings below: "Ocean Energy" and "Window of Light" Acrylic and oil with gold leaf, measure 40cm x 50cm on thin edge canvas POR

 

A big thank you to Ann and Mana who invited me to come and paint and who also videoed me painting which can be seen on my Martin Bush Fine Art facebook page

This work was the crescendo to a 3 week trip around Thailand and as I painted I felt all the joys and visions that I had experienced meld within the marks and flow of the paint. I was tingling with emotion as I painted and the outcome expressed all of these emotions. They offered me some gold leaf which I explained all my recent paintings used and as I added this to the wet paint everything then seemed to make sense and the conclusions where pronounced as the final touches were made with poring gloss paint round the surface.

 

If you wish to see these paintings in Thailand and Mana Studios then here is a link to their facebook and their contact details https://www.facebook.com/ManaStudioPattaya

 

The paintings will be for sale later in the year but if your interested then do let us know.