Kerry Darlington 'Learning To Fly'
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Kerry Darlington's fascinating 'Learning To Fly' unique limited edition print is a sketch of a small child stood on a branch looking up to a bird, with brown colouring on the tree trunks.
Kerry Darlington makes every piece of her artwork unique by using mixed media hand painted 3D elements, get your unique limited editon print of 'Learning To Fly' online today.
195 (unique edition)
14'' x 18''
The artwork features a striking image of the daugher of gaia eveloped in a banquet of flowers, wildlife and mystery.
Kerry Darlington starts each piece of her artwork with a firm idea of the composition she would like to create. She lets the painting then evolve organically within every brush stroke as she watches the painting come to life before her very eyes.
Kerry Darlington begins each piece of artwork on a prime wooden board, which she cuts to a specific size for the initial piece in question. She begins by drawing on the main components of the piece and then paints in some of the background colour. Kerry views this part as the most essential to each piece as it’s from this background colour that she dictates the colours for the entire piece.
As an example, if she would like to create an orange colour, she may paint a red on the background layer, add resin and then paint yellow on the next layer. This produces an orange of a more luminous depth rather than using just a solid orange paint colour straight from a colour can.
Kerry creates stunning highlights by the light passing through the resin layers of the painting; these specific colours cannot be created by just a simple flat colour. Colours can be more intensified by painting more layers over each resin layer; this is how Kerry creates her now famously stunning visual colour palette in her captivating artwork.