'Slow Wave Breaking' - by Adrian Hemming
Adrian Hemming was born in Leicester in 1945. Following an engineering apprenticeship he traveled widely in Europe and developed an appreciation of landscape and a love of art. On returning to England, Adrian was accepted onto the Foundation Course at Lincoln College of Art. His B.A. was completed at Brighton Polytechnic (1973) and his M.A. at Goldsmiths College, London University (1982).
Adrian has twice been short-listed for the Artist in Residence at the National Gallery, London. He has lectured and exhibited widely in England, Scotland, America and South Africa. His work can be found in many private and public collections as well as being on public view in Terminal One, Heathrow Airport, as a result of a major commission by BAA.
Slow Wave Breaking is a piece painted in 1999 and shown I believe in his "Deep Waters" exhibition in 2000 and is one of the premier pieces from his first series of blue works influenced by his travels around the Mediterranean Sea and continues the artist's fascination with ultramarine. I have owned this piece since 2005 and due to a relocation it no longer fits.
Shipping to be negotiated depending on location of purchaser. The piece is currently located in Surrey, UK.
Location: SURREY, United Kingdom
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