Inspired by the renown artist, Normandy wanted to experiment using his rust paints. The range of these art pieces sit well together as well as on their own.
A constant observer of nature and its’ natural and rustic tones, Normandy wanted to incorporate actual images of leaves and merge them with streaks and naturally evolving rustic colours.
This abstract light-induced collection celebrates a soft stillness due to the verdigris sage green base colour. The paintings seem to almost glisten with spring light. This sage green colour contrasts well with the gritty textured orange rust strokes.
These hugely popular flag-sized canvasses exude Normandy’s typical style. His latest collection has a more intense royal blue which contrasts strikingly against the rust encrusted stripes. Union Jack pieces have been done with copper coins before, sometimes using a royal blue, sometimes using the verdigris sage green. Please contact Normandy directly to see his latest ‘Jacks’ collections.
Blue Earth has an aerial feel to the paintings. The vibrant azure blue has a feeling of sea and the rustic tones suggest earth. The textures are intense and enticing and make for an impactful image on any wall.