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Hudson Parkin

Dream Catcher by Hudson Parkin

Dream Catcher by Hudson Parkin

Original on Boxed Canvas

Original on Boxed Canvas

Regular price $1,786.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $1,786.00 USD
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Artwork Details

Original on Boxed Canvas

Original on Boxed Canvas

Image Size:

W 60.0cm x H 60.0 cm

Framed Size

W 67.0 cm x H 67.0 cm

Artist Profile

For nearly 20 years, Hudson has drawn much of her inspiration from the landscape around her home on the Sussex coast. Her expressive and beautiful seascapes transport us to a world in which land, sea and sky merge into a powerful vision of movement and light and while the location may be ambiguous, the sense of peace and wonder is completely clear.

Hudson was initially inspired to paint by a period of living in Cornwall where the rugged coastal landscape and the magical sense of history cast its spell. North Cornwall continues to hold a place in her heart and is often portrayed in her artworks, but her soul is drawn to all the wild haunting parts of our coastline and she is looking forward to venturing North later in the year. Her aim is to capture the rhythm and movement of the sea or the energy of a moment or a view – ‘the sound of waves on rocks’ - whilst leaving some elements open to the interpretation of the viewer. She believes passionately that painting is a reflection of personal experiences and the work which emerges from this approach is captivating and evocative.

Working in her seafront studio, or out on location, Hudson applies paint to canvas with palette knives and both ends of her brushes and achieves a style which is immediately recognisable. Treading an intriguing line between realism and abstraction, she utilises some unusual tools and techniques such as scraping with newspaper or rags, as she builds her composition with multi-layered impasto mark making. There is a depth of colour and an exploratory tone which sometimes refers to the sea, the landscape, or the flora she discovers when she is out walking, but on occasion these elements are obscured when she eschews reality and paints more from her own peaceful centre.


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Caring For Your Art

Depending on the artist’s medium of choice caring for an original painting or limited edition print will vary but, as a general rule, we would advise the following:

Sunlight, heat & humidity levels

Don’t place your art in direct sunlight or over direct heat as UV rays can cause fading and heat dries out the materials, speeding up the natural ageing process.

Do not use “picture lights” designed to attach to frames. In addition to over lighting, these cause local heating that can also be
quite damaging.

Low or high relative humidity, as well as rapid changes in relative humidity are not good for paintings.

Try to ensure the room you choose to hang your art has stable levels of humidity and avoid damp rooms

You can use a dehumidifier to
stabilize or lower the humidity levels in a room.

Cleaning the frame, glass or resin finish

Always ensure you have clean, grease-free hands when you touch the frame.

Clean it very carefully with a slightly damp, dust-free micro-fibre cloth. Avoid using harsh cleaning chemicals or lots of soapy water. Just a regular wipe should be all you need to do to keep on top of marks and fingerprints to keep it looking like new.

If your art is behind a sheet of glass or perspex in the frame this can be gently cleaned in the same way as the frame.

Dusting an original painting

Provided that there are no signs of loose or flaking paint, an original painting may be safely dusted using a clean, soft, natural-hair artists brush (3.5cm to 5cm tip). The painting should be positioned on
a clean padded surface and held upright at a forward angle, so the dust falls away from the face of the painting.

Brushing should be carried out slowly and gently in one direction across or down the painting
followed by a second brushing in the
opposite direction.
Never use dry or moist dust cloths, stiff bristle brushes, or feather dusters to dust an original painting. Threads from dust cloths may catch on areas of raised paint, moisture may cause subsequent loss of
paint, and both bristle-haired brushes and feather dusters can scratch the surface of a painting.

If you have any questions or would like further advice you can always call the Startle Gallery Team and we will be happy to help. We can also put you in touch with professional cleaners/art restorers should you require this service.

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