I would like to introduce Rachel to all of you Shook-goers.
Rachel is a self-taught artists based in Leeds. She is most interested in landscapes and abstract forms inspired by color, the painting process and her own imagination. Her first ever art exhibition is In November at East Street Arts gallery and she couldn’t be more excited for it. Her exhibition will have a series of landscape and abstract paintings of scenes around Ilkey and West Yorkshire to showcase the wild beauty, vivid colors and rugged landscape. In her spare time, she designs knot wear and craft items. Click here to see some of the photos on her blog.
These items are currently being sold on Shook:
Molly in the Wood
Path Through the Trees
Interested? Make sure you hurry and register to www.shook.co before someone else gets to them first!
What do you think of these paintings? Let us know in the comments below! 🙂
No one is luckier than Shook because Shook gets to see a lot creativity with some items that are posted. So far, we have seen things from old computers and new tablets to exquisite and unique paintings that are true works of art. Recently, John uploaded some very lovely paintings, jewelry and medals that you need to see for yourself.
By Hand and Leg
King of the Park
If you’re an artist, like John, then Shook would love to feature your item as well. You can upload your artwork at: www.shook.co
Brian is a brilliant artist who is committed 100% to abstraction. His paintings speak for themselves. They are alluring, magnificent, stunning and all unique from the rest. Brian conveys his feelings through contrast and texture. His paintings inspire him to create geometric shapes, lines, scratches, brush marks and movement onto the canvas. The artists who have influenced Brian the most are Virginia Cobb and Richard Diebenkorn.
The three paintings that he listed on www.shook.co are all acrylic on canvas. Don’t miss out on your chance to bid for Brian’s Paintings.
The Awkward Quiet in the Room
All of these paintings are ready to be hung — no need for a frame!