Seascape Artwork ‘Sense of Place – Storm No.3’ by Lorna Wilson
Admire the magnificence of this seascape artwork by Lorna Wilson. Like the others in her ‘Sense of Place – Storm’ series, this painting captures the beauty of the ocean waves.
This seascape artwork, like all of Lorna’s oil paintings, involves an intensive painting process with canvases. The pictures are sometimes worked on for several years revealing an emotive quality.
Lorna builds up intricate flowing layers of colours and tones to evoke a sense of depth. Canvases are scraped back and repainted continuously to convey movement, mood, reflection and light.
Oil Painting on Stretched Canvas
Signed by the Artist
Seascape Artwork Artist
Lorna Wilson is a highly accomplished British artist. She achieved a 1st class BA (Hons) degree in Fine Art at Kingston School of Art in Surrey. Then she completed a postgraduate degree in Fine Art at the Royal Academy Schools in London.
Lorna exhibits her work both nationally and internationally. Numerous public, private and corporate collections around the world feature her work.
Notably, her artwork has graced the cover of various publications, including Risk Magazine.She has completed many commissions for projects and individuals worldwide. These include paintings for Ask Restaurants, British Aerospace and a hotel in Saudi Arabia, to name a few.
Lorna’s distinctive style as a talented colourist is evident throughout the body of her work. Her paintings are a combination of intention, intuition and improvisation. She is continuously experimenting with different themes, mediums, glazes and colour palettes. Her most recent paintings – the ongoing series entitled ‘Variations on a Theme – River’ was influenced by the transient nature of the landscape.
Despite their boldness, Lorna’s paintings possess an intrinsically calming and serene quality.
“The ups and downs involved in creating artwork are very challenging. The painting process is akin to solving a big complex puzzle. All the elements have to join together to become the whole. I relish the journey involved in creating my paintings.”