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Eyes & Lips

Where it started. White walls to fill. This is Saudi. There’s no art shops. Depictions of the human form are officially banned. Which motivated me to try. Honestly, I thought I needed some images of the female form, just to remember what they look like. 6 months into my stay, and I’ve become accustomed to …

The Camel

An evening headed to the desert to capture the sunset. Unexpected visitors in the form of a heard of camels. So unconcerned, they totally belong in the desert, but if they give the slightest thought to the industrial complex around them, who could tell? Working with latex paints and cardboard boxes was my initiation. Mounted …

About Industrial

I’ve been working up to this painting for some time. It’s not pure abstraction, but a real scene, combined with the fire, smoke, dust, beauty and colour I saw in my time in the Eastern State. You don’t believe me, perhaps? Here’s a mood board for my influences.  

And a painting in the MoMA!

Creativity knowing no boundaries and all that – I’m quite proud to say that one of my paintings (I haven’t mentioned paintings on here before, modest soul that I am) has been accepted as part of the display for the Museum of Modern Art, in New York.   

Images on iStockPhoto!

Lately, I have been taking photography rather seriously. Obviously, many lessons from still photography also apply to movies, and now that the bandwidth is there, movies are more and more a component of eLearning. Successes so far are images accepted by iStockPhoto, here’s my portfolio with them! https://www.istockphoto.com/portfolio/abayliss