COLIN Banks

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Point of View by Colin Banks Framed Aluminium Edition

'Point Of View' Colin Banks wildlife art for sale Buy Original Paintings Ltd Edition Prints & Sculpture online with full Worldwide Delivery

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£695.00

New Minds Eye by Colin Banks- Unframed Edition

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£499.00

New Minds Eye by Colin Banks Framed Aluminium

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£650.00

Snow Joke By Colin Banks Original Painting

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Pause for Thought by Colin Banks- Framed Art Print

Pause for Thought by Colin Banks framed aluminium art print for sale buy Colin Banks big cat art online with FREE UK delivery

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Face Value by Colin Banks- Framed Art Print

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Colin produces his pieces on aluminium panels. After laying down a white base coat, he works with a mixture of black and silver airbrush and spray paint to compose an abstract background and the darker shapes of his subject. Once this stage is completed he moves on to the finer details and highlights, for which he calls on a range of tools to engrave or incise on the painted surface, exposing the underlying white and creating the image in intaglio (relief). 

Colin has a passion for exotic wildlife which is powerfully expressed in his innovative animal portraiture. Each stunning image gives the viewer a remarkable sense of closeness to the animal in question. Despite the semi-abstract feel to some of the work, Colin believes that the eyes should always be the focus of any life study, so this feature is always very real, drawing the viewer in and inviting them to engage with the subject.