During lockdown my flat was treated to many of hours of Country&Western. It seemed appropriate to run all those sad fictions during such desolate times. Lyle Lovett was a mainstay, with lyrics like "honey, put down that flyswatter, and pour me some ice water" I was transported to a hot Texan landscape. Pure escapism in my head. Aside from his genius lyrics, he possesses features and hair that attract illustrators and painters. He is a visual song.
This is a one-off Original piece on Saunders Waterford 300gsm HP paper, using mixed media including Watercolour Paint, Acrylic Paint, Inktense Pencils and occasionally Unison Colour Soft Pastels.
Unframed: 760 x 570 mm
Framed: 1063 x 868 mm