Robert Wyatt Acrylics Artwork

Hello there.
The Robert Wyatt obsession continues. Today I am here to show you the Robert Wyatt in acrylics, on canvas board. Mr Wyatt - he won't be beat. After the screenprint here is the acrylics version.
On canvas board, our Robert sits with a plaintive look in his eye. This is the Robert after - not the Robert before. This is the reflective guy - not the frenzied sticksman of Soft Machine. This is calm Robert. Thoughtful. Placid?

Robert Wyatt glances right

On mini easel

If you would like the cool serenity of a breezy Robert Wyatt painting then it is yours. Acrylics on canvas board, 20 x 20 cm. Limited to a mere twenty. Please allow 14 days for dispatch as the varnish has to dry etc etc. Perfect for all celebrations in and around the December period.
Any questions, do ask.

Roxy Music - New "Country Life" Artwork

Roxy Music. Those were the days.
I needn't go on.
Instead, I have got for you here new new new artwork. Taken from the Country Life album, two ladies are caught in the headlights. They haven't got many clothes on.
Usually I write a lot of guff about the artworks on the blog but all I can say is – here it is. Country Life.

Women, as, er, I see them

On an easel


Acrylics on canvas, 20x20cm. Sold as multiples, limited edition of 20. If you would like one painted to order please use the PayPal button below.

Large Bowie "Low" Art Art

Hey there funky cats.
It's Saturday. I've got a headache. Doesn't matter, because I've got a lot of art coming out of my fingertips. Before the Christmas Raw Art Shop gets going, I have a teasingly large Bowie painting on the so-called shop front, hanging in the window, looking lost and lonely. This measures 60 x 60cms and is painted on deep edge canvas in acrylics. It's well fancy but it's still sad. It's bright, but it's dull. It has our Iconic Dave looking over there - to him it's straight ahead but to us it's the right. The right side of what? The right of where? Or the right of a nice bit of Berlin where he can have a sit down with a cup of milky tea and little German bun sort of thing.
Or maybe not.

Detail. Young David looks over there.

Full picture. Bit intense.

Plonked on the floor.

As we all know, the Low cover is from a still from The Man Who Fell to Earth so it's actually looking at some bit of New Mexico after having snorted loads of cocaine in that special silvery spoon thing with no milky tea in sight. It's just as well. He's Dave, not Alan Bennett.

If you would like this bit of art on your own personal wall - or even someone else's - it can be yours. Price for UK inc P&P is £200 and I will paint to order. Watch out for mugs soon.

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