What's on at the Tate

240 GBP

The Tate Modern is a former power station now converted into an Art Gallery. As the name implies it’s focus is on modern art with all the controversy this tends to excite. In front is the Millennium Bridge, less controvercial perhaps but still a source of some infamy after it’s creation due to an effect called resonance. The entire bridge was closed whilst alterations were made to stop the vibration. It all looks rather innocuous now so you’ve plenty of time to ponder what’s on at the Tate as you cross the bridge. Painted using Watercolour and Acrylic Ink on watercolour paper.
Framing This artwork is sold unframed

Dimensions of picture:  39× 29 × 0.2 cm (unframed) / 38× 28 cm (actual image size)

Creation The picture is painted on watercolour paper. She draws the lines with masking fluid to a planned arrangement before painting it with a watercolour wash which gets covered with clingfilm. Once this is removed the picture is further developed using acrylic inks which are left to dry before the masking is removed to reveal the final picture.