Two gorgeously simplistic rural dwellings form the visual highlight of this very latest pictorial offering by one of the UK’s most promising new contemporary landscape artists, namely Nick Potter. Seen here for the first time – and released as part of the much-talked about Potter’s brand new Autumn 2015 mini-series – this illustratively evocative original study compositionally takes in a headland which pans out to reveal said white-washed properties and a flock of sheep and not much more besides.
Set against a backdrop of a full moon and distantly dark bay, ‘Empty Promises’ visually promotes the merest hint of subtle, yet effective, hues and saturations of a sensitive (but still explorative) graphic pronunciation to the very foreground, and ultimately affords the entire original piece an air of mystique, blended with a quasi-fantasy quality to boot. We are now inviting enquiries about this striking 48” x 12” iteration, and would be pleased to answer any questions you may have on the study, either by way of phone, email or in store. Please don’t delay, as we’re expecting a huge amount of interest from the outset.