Returning to the (various) scenes of his perfectly (illustratively) executed crimes (if creating sublime vistas portraying everyone’s rural idyll was indeed punishable?!), the one and only Paul Corfield is back amongst us this Spring 2016, with the advent of his brand new portfolio selection. The self-taught contemporary landscape art practitioner – known for perpetually experimenting with new techniques so as to push the boundaries of his acknowledged compositional work – has once more sought visual inspiration from equally graphic exponents of the genre, including Grant Wood and Eyevind Earle to name but two.
Limited to a run of just 150 hand-signed editions, the best selling Corfield’s ‘Paradise Bay’ is a typically breezy and inviting giclee on board iteration which takes us all on an instantly joyous journey into our pasts/subconscious, as we revisit somewhere special within that was once physically lived as well as emotionally so. Available to enquire about right now, please feel free to contact us via our usual channels of communication to find out more about this relentlessly pleasing 42” x 21” study by one of the country’s leading creative lights.