NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO OWN THE ARTWORK OF WORLD-RENOWNED LANDSCAPE ARTIST PAUL POWIS! Vibrant, bright, and bold, Paul Powis'
landscape artwork is full of light and life. "Le Fleuve II" is a limited edition giclee on Hahnemuhle paper, numbered and
hand signed by Powis. Includes Certificate of Authenticity! Measures approx. 23" x 16.5" (with border), 20" x 13.5" (image).
Paul Powis began his training as an abstract artist at the Birmingham College of Art and Design, followed by Portsmouth
Polytechnic, where he earned a bachelor's degree with honors in Fine Art. After completing his formal training, Powis began
lecturing on art in London and elsewhere. This career has lasted over twenty-five years, including twenty years of lecturing
on Drawing and Paintings at the University of Central England, where he has been since 1988. Powis also paints prolifically
and has been exhibiting his artwork since he was a student. His landscape paintings have been displayed around England and
abroad, including shows at the Royal College of Art, the Royal Festival Hall, and the Medici Gallery as well as museums and
art galleries in the United States such as the Museum of Modern Illustration in New York City. His work has also been
featured in numerous advertising campaigns and publications.
Powis is best known for his landscape paintings. These paintings are remarkable for the way Powis is able to relate the
dynamic rhythms of nature on paper and canvas, using "subjective color and vibrant mark making" in both abstract and realist
ways. Utilizing tonal gradations, shadow, light, and reflection, his paintings bring two-dimensional images to life. Inspired
by artists of all movements including Balthus, Corot, Hopper, Matisse, Mondrian, Picasso, and Sisley, Powis uses various
techniques and styles in a single piece of art to create a unique feel. He explains, "as an abstract painter who is known
primarily for landscape work, I constantly blur the boundaries between abstraction and representation." In this way, Powis
creates brilliant, vibrant, and exciting paintings.