Ode To London 2017
'Ode to London' 2017
50 x 80 cm
Limited edition of 40
Digital giclée print on somerset enhanced paper 330gsm.
Vibrant colours, printed by the professionals at Jealous Gallery, London.
Signed by the artist.
About the Picture
'Ode to London'. is a celebration of keystone Britons who have influenced the art, fashion & music worlds & their legacies.
What lies ahead?
The vibrant streaks of colour, traveling through time, flank the central stage. Eyes drawn into a rich world of definite conversations bewteen, past present and future.
History echoed in the architecture, characters and scenes within the piece, translate closely to surrounding characters, all asking the underlying question, "Where is London heading?"
Kings Cross, The Royal Academy, The Houses of Parliament, The Roundhouse all set against the solid structure of Tate Modern. Fashionable Victorian dandies emerge looking not dissimilar to current trends, wearing Westwood & sporting Katharine Hamnett's Slogan 'Save Our Future'.
Featured in the print:
Walkie Talkie building
The London Eye
Houses of Parliament
Countess of Devonshire - Thomas Gainsborough
Anna Laurini - streetartist
Rocky Horror lIps / Tim Curry
John Keats 'Ode on a Grecian Urn'
The Who/ Mods
David & Victoria Beckham / Pegasus street artist
Purdy / Joanna Lumley
Naomi Campbell/ Kate Moss
Sean Connery/ Bond
Florence (Welch) & The Machine
Paul/ Stella/ Linda McCartney
Blur / Oasis
Alice in Wonderland / Trust Icon
Bond/ Daniel Craig
Chelsea Flower show
Beatles cover / Sir Peter Blake
Shark in formaldehyde - Damien Hirst
About Fiona Carney:
Fiona Carney, London based multi media artist, has always been inspired by street art, graffiti, architecture & nature’s own designs. Looking beyond what we are shown, and all that is ‘pretty’ Fiona blends images of times, places & people to express her view of the world around her.
Growing up in South London, Singapore & the U.S.A, Fiona has absorbed & experienced the juxtaposition of being a tourist, an observer & a local. There are many ways of seeing when your perspective is repeatedly altered.
Drawing, painting, photography & digital collage allow Fiona to juxtapose realities & ideas.