This tiny texture-craft image has been chosen to head this website because of it's personal meaning to Finela, as it came about some time before the arrival of her two precious children.
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Welcome to the art of
"Bohemian rapsody 4 of 4"
At the time that I painted "Bohemian rapsody", I had moved into a phase of joy and celebration in my life, a time of fulfillment in my knowledge of myself, acceptance of life's challenges, moving on to embrace all that life offers. This phase is depicted in the dancing figures which fly across my canvas's one after another, taking me with them into further depths. My work always represents where I am at the time: spiritually, emotionally and in actuality. The figures are realistic only to a point, after which they become idealised in some way that best reflects the phase of my own life experience.
Self-portrait (photograph) of the artist taken in the mirror in front of a large abstract work, 2006
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pappa having a hold by Bryce Brown
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