Including the sound with the paintings was new for me. If landscape painting traditionally places the ‘subject’ as the audience or the painter, I think the sounds helped to create ‘subjects’ in the paintings… “Resounding Landscapes” Click the images to enlarge. The audio for each painting is directly below. Swallowfields [audio:https://noelhefele.com/audio/painting-sounds/10-plantation-7-16.mp3] Make-shift Shelter [singlepic id=83 […]
These photos are the ‘b-sides’ of some of the landscape explorations leading up to the exhibition. [nggallery id=11]
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=avP1Ach0SmM&feature=player_embedded Landscape Resounds was my MA show contribution at Ultimate Dart – The Dartington College of Arts MA show for 2010. The installation featured 11 four foot square paintings of Totnes and Dartington. Each painting also had a ‘soundscape’ that was playing from speakers behind the canvases. These soundscapes were composed of sounds recorded at […]
This oil painting measure 4 feet square. If you are in the Totnes area this August, stop by the lovely Fat Lemons Cafe on Ticklemore Street. In my humble opinion, they make the best cappuccino in Totnes. They are exhibiting paintings from my current work on a rotating schedule. The Dart River has been on […]
This oil painting measure 4 feet square. I discovered Buckham’s Park Barn on the Dartington Estate during my walks. It is a late 18th century ruin of what I assume was an agricultural building. The ruin has been surrounded with a portable metal fence since I’ve first come across it. This was the first larger […]
Photographic comparison of documenting a painting with an SLR camera vs. a point and shoot.
[singlepic id=72 w=600 h=600 float=] This photo is from the end of April. As part of my Ultimate dART exhibit this July, I’ve continued to paint 4 foot square canvases of places I find in and around Totnes. I will post occasional progress photos when I can. I am planning to exhibit 11 of these […]