Paul Norwood

Artwork

Abott's Lagoon , 2019

Paul Norwood

Abott's Lagoon , 2019

Oil on canvas

48 x 48 in

$6,200.00

Back Creek , 2019

Paul Norwood

Back Creek , 2019

Oil on canvas

48 x 48 in

$6,200.00

Chilmark Pond, 2018

Paul Norwood

Chilmark Pond, 2018

Oil on canvas

48 x 48 in

$6,200.00

Chilmark Sunset, 2018

Paul Norwood

Chilmark Sunset, 2018

Oil on canvas

48 x 48 in

$6,200.00

Going In, 2018

Paul Norwood

Going In, 2018

Oil on canvas

40 x 30 in

$3,800.00

Look Out Below , 2019

Paul Norwood

Look Out Below , 2019

Oil on canvas

48 x 36 in

$5,400.00

Norton Point, 2018

Paul Norwood

Norton Point, 2018

Oil on canvas

48 x 48 in

$6,200.00

Plunge, 2018

Paul Norwood

Plunge, 2018

Oil on canvas

36 x 48 in

$5,400.00

Quiet Place, 2018

Paul Norwood

Quiet Place, 2018

Oil on canvas

36 x 40 in

$4,300.00

Spring Clouds , 2019

Paul Norwood

Spring Clouds , 2019

Oil on canvas

48 x 48 in

$6,200.00

Summer Friends, 2019

Paul Norwood

Summer Friends, 2019

Oil on canvas

48 x 36 in

$5,400.00

Sunshine Superman, 2018

Paul Norwood

Sunshine Superman, 2018

Oil on canvas

40 x 30 in

$3,800.00

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Paul Norwood
I’m constantly striving to spend less time with each painting.To represent form with fewer brush strokes and a simpler palette.To rely on the minds eye to do the work for me.I work from sketches, photographs and scrap.After creating a rough composition, I execute the painting quickly,avoiding overworking and overthinking.I draw my inspiration from many different sources.The Bay Area figurative artists, the colorist approachof Fairfield Porter and the abstraction of Nicolas de Stael. In my most recent body of work, I’ve returned to my rootson the Maine coast. The water has always been a centraltheme in my life. I never tire of the endless combinations of colorand form. Its meditative effects always juxtaposed with itsunderlying ferocity. While the repetition of horizontal bandsand geometric shapes abstract the scene and calm the mind — the aggressive handling of brush and paint mimic the fluidityand raw energy of the subject matter.
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