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Colin Staples LifeArt – “I let flow and watch the work to create itself”

Colin

Colin Staples

Colin Staples LifeArt

To me, art has always been my vital spark, a journey of discovery into not only techniques and visuals, but of mind and letting go to watch the work create itself.

Pretty Woman

'Pretty Woman’ (Colin's Girl)
Acrylic on Canvas (1200mm x 900mm)

The creation of art has been my driving force since early childhood with the past 10 years seeing continued growth.

The concepts behind my art have been largely influenced through many years of studying martial arts and it's philosophies of no mind; shedding the ego. I feel my best work is expressed through this approach and have developed a feeling I am now intimate with, and trust.

My God and my Glory… like most artists, don't enjoy talking about myself… I guess that's why we paint. My work is primarily portrait and figure in acrylics, which to me retains a feeling of freshness through the continuous mixing of new colours. Currently I only paint recreationally, but relentlessly at every opportunity. I have no formal art degrees, just a very real passion to express what I see in the soul of another being.

Ganga Ma

'Ganga Ma’ Acrylic on Canvas (1500mm x 1000mm)

After serving many years in painting I now feel a calling toward abstraction with the focus on maintaining the essence of the soul before me.

Turn Back

'Turn Back’ Acrylic on Canvas (1900mm x 1300mm)

Much of my work is completed within the one sitting to capture the life and soul of the subject, with a sense of freedom being created because of the time limit.

RUBÍ

'Rubí’ Acrylic on Canvas (1200mm x 900mm)

My paintings are large in size as I try to get as much paint to the surface of the canvas in this time while retaining the qualities of the soul I feel, I see.

Pasional

'Pasional’ (Passional) Acrylic on Canvas (1200mm x 900mm)

There is much pre-planning of the work I am to undertake, so when I get to the canvas…most of it goes out the window. I observe my ego move out of the way and let the image create itself. These I feel are my best works so my journey in art is getting out of the way and allowing my soul freedom to paint another's.

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COLIN STAPLES LIFEART
Buenos Aires – Argentina
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E-mail: colin@colinstaples.com.au

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