Artist Lesley Anne Derks

The Lights of Ashton Lane

Lesley Anne Derks

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Media Mixed Media
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £650.00 / $845.64
Size 42 x 36 cm
Ref 28530

Kelvingrove by Night #2

Lesley Anne Derks

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Media Mixed Media
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £650.00 / $845.64
Size 36 x 42 cm
Ref 28528

The Crypt Cafe by Night

Lesley Anne Derks

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Media Mixed Media
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £695.00 / $904.18
Size 49 x 36 cm
Ref 28529

The Lights of the River Clyde

Lesley Anne Derks

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Media Mixed Media
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £750.00 / $975.74
Size 49 x 36 cm
Ref 28531

Cobalt Blue II

Lesley Anne Derks

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Media Mixed Media
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £2100.00 / $2732.06
Size 100 x 100 cm
Ref 6674

Chemical Glow III [Diptych]

Lesley Anne Derks

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Media Oil
Type Abstract
Price £2800.00 / $3642.75
Size 153 x 92 cm
Ref 7446

View from Blackness Study

Lesley Anne Derks

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Media Oil
Type Landscape/Seascape
Price £445.00 / $578.94
Size 61 x 50 cm
Ref 27619

A GSA Graduate, Lesley Anne has been exhibiting with ScotlandArt for over a decade. Their work ranges from 'Chemical Glow III' to 'The Balmoral, Princes Street' and we are delighted to offer free worldwide delivery on their paintings. Below, Lesley Anne talks about her influcences and painting inspirtaion:

"The elements such as rain, sleet, snow and mist gave new life to an established scene. Living in an industrial town reinforced this fascination. The lights of the manmade industrial scene created a mystical atmosphere in my fertile imagination. My earlier work was influenced by this scene. Large halos of colour and twinkling lights suggestive of structure were all incorporated in my work. My work was interpreted by many viewers as something entirely different. Some saw some form of alien worlds, others seascapes and yet others cityscapes such as New York. This has led me on to my current work painting mainly cityscapes.

All my work is based on places I have visited over the last few years. My aim is to produce work that allows the viewer to experience their own version of the subtleties of movement, light and sound that I experience when producing the work. My paintings are much more than a depictive representation. They are textured using many layers of different mediums. As the work progresses I omit areas or replace them. I may peel back to an earlier state thereby revealing what went on before. The painting begins to take on a different direction from the original source material."