Leisure Scenes 0-11, by bruno neiva

Leisure Scenes is an on-going series of acrylic / mixed media paintings and collages. Textured with a confined use of colour and built on abstract imagery, Leisure Scenes is a set of playful scenes of pure unengaged leisure.

media: acrylic on canvas-covered MDF panel / mixed media on canvas-covered MDF panel
year: 2012
series: Leisure Scenes (12 pieces taken from on-going series)

Leisure Scene 0 by bruno neiva

Leisure Scene 0

Leisure Scene 1 by bruno neiva

Leisure Scene 1

Leisure Scene 2 by bruno neiva

Leisure Scene

Leisure Scene 3 by bruno neiva

Leisure Scene 3

Leisure Scene 4 by bruno neiva

Leisure Scene 4 by bruno neiva

Leisure Scene 5 by bruno neiva

Leisure Scene 5

Leisure Scene 6 by bruno neiva

Leisure Scene 6

Leisure Scene 7 by bruno neiva

Leisure Scene 7

Leisure Scene 8 by bruno neiva

Leisure Scene 8

Leisure Scene 9 by bruno neiva

Leisure Scene 9

Leisure Scene 10 by bruno neiva

Leisure Scene 10 by bruno neiva

Leisure Scene 11 by bruno neiva

Leisure Scene 11

Originals and prints are for sale on Saatchi Online

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About bruno neiva

bruno neiva is a Portuguese artist, poet and writer based in Spain. Recently he has published averbaldraftsone&otherstories in Britain through KFS. He's currently running with English poet Paul Hawkins the cut-up poetry collaborative project Servant Drone. Check out his blogs at Blogspot and Tumblr.

Comments

  1. I was really drawn to this series if work, as I like abstraction whether it be painting or collage.
    I like the minimalist pieces most because sometimes you don’t have to say much to say a lot.
    Compositionally they are beautiful! My minimal picks are 0,3,4,5,& 6.

    In addition, no.s 2 & 8 are big faves! I especially like 2– the use of the blocks of
    color and their placement really work well. Composition is great.
    I am drawn to the blues and black in 8. I like the composition in this one as well… it’s different
    and draws you in to figure it out.

    Well done on ALL!! And I didn’t mean to sound like I was critiquing, but these are really nice pieces
    and they inspired me to get back to painting!!! On canvas. As of now, I do my art on my iPhone.

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