"Uccelli Series No. 15" Original Wart Art by Elizabeth Parker

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This work is an exercise in the expressive nature of stroke, color and movement.I've drawn from forms in nature to inspire the shapes and color, particularly from birds, where the name Uccelli comes from, Italian for birds. In my Uccelli series I enjoy rearranging the patterns with which birds are so beautifully clothed into abstract designs. Some may be recognizable and others are so manipulated that they may recall things completely detached from what they sprang from.About the artist:-Born an artist, I have had the need to express myself through the act of creating from my earliest memories to today.

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