Cynthia Barlow Marrs SGFA

Portfolio: • Landscapes I

The Fishbone Tree

Original
Graphite pencil on paper
17.5cm x 17.5cm
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Autumn

Autumn was exhibited at DRAW 17, the 96th annual open exhibition of the Society of Graphic Fine Art - The Drawing Society at the Menier Gallery, London in October 2017.

Autumn is a poem by the English writer Thomas Hood (d. 1845). This drawing continues a series in ink that incorporates handwriting and poetry. It began with two drawings of anti-war poems by the Polish Nobel prize winning poet Wisława Szymborska.
http://www.bartleby.com/101/647.html

Framed size 38 x 45 cm. Frame by J Manley Gallery of Eton.

Original
Ink on paper
23cm x 30.5cm

£250.00

Marshes of Glynn

Marshes of Glynn was exhibited in DRAW 17, the 96th annual open exhibition of the Society of Graphic Fine Art - The Drawing Society at the Menier Gallery, London in October 2017. .

This drawing continues a series in ink that incorporates handwriting and poetry. The series began with two drawings of anti-war poems by the Polish Nobel prize winning poet Wisława Szymborska. The Marshes of Glynn, by contrast, is a poem about a coastal landscape in the American South. The poet is Sidney Lanier, who fought in the Civil War for the Confederates.
http://www.exploresouthernhistory.com/marshesofglynn.html

Framed size 38 x 45 cm. Frame by J Manley Gallery of Eton.

Original
Chinese ink on paper
18cm x 26cm

£250.00

Yellow Moon

Framed size 38 x 45 cm. Frame by J Manley Gallery of Eton.

Original
Ink and cut papers on paper
22cm x 29.5cm
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Apple and Vine

I stood at the kitchen window for hours drawing the grapevine stem and our 100 year old apple tree. This drawing has been exhibited in London twice; once at the Menier Gallery and on another occasion at the Barbican Library.
Apple and Vine is also available as a fine art reproduction. For details, please send me a message via my contact page.

Framed size 43 x 44 cm. Frame by J Manley Gallery of Eton.

Original
Graphite pencil on paper
24cm x 26cm

Snow Goose

This collage is one of four of my artworks in the book Pen and Ink - Contemporary Artists, Timeless Techniques by James Hobbs (published in the UK by Frances Lincoln in 2016). It was also exhibited in the Menier Gallery in London as part of DRAW 14, the 93rd Annual Open Exhibition of the Society of Graphic Fine Art in 2014.

Framed size 30 x 40 cm. Frame by J Manley Gallery of Eton

Original
Gesso, inks and cut papers on panel
20cm x 30cm

£250.00

Moat

Framed size 43 x 67 cm. Frame by J Manley Gallery of Eton.

Original
Graphite pencil on paper
25cm x 50cm

£300.00 Framed

Moon Shadow

Framed size 34 x 33 cm. Frame by J Manley Gallery of Eton.

Original
Graphite pencil on paper
18cm x 18cm

£180.00 Framed

Fossil Forest 2

...Therefore let the moon
Shine on thee in thy solitary walk;
And let the misty mountain-winds be free
To blow against thee...

- from Tintern Abbey by William Wordsworth

Frame by J Manley Gallery of Eton.

Original
Graphite pencil on paper
12.5cm x 12.5cm

£160.00 Framed

Dream Deer

Selected for DRAW 14 - 93rd Annual Open Exhibition of the Society of Graphic Fine Art.

Original
Graphite on paper
15cm x 14cm

£160.00 Framed

Winter Moon 1

Original
Graphite on paper
18cm x 18cm

£180.00 Framed

Foreshore

Frame by J Manley Gallery of Eton.

Original
Chinese ink, gesso and cut papers on watercolour board
30cm x 24cm

£300.00 Framed

Moon Trees

Frame by J Manley Gallery of Eton.

Original
Graphite on Bristol Board
20.5cm x 23cm
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Snow (triptych)

Memories shift like loose snow in a wind, or are a chorale of ghosts all talking over one another.
- from Burial Rites by Hannah Kent

This collage is one of four of my artworks in the book Pen and Ink - Contemporary Artists, Timeless Techniques by James Hobbs (published in the UK by Frances Lincoln in 2016).

Original
Gesso and Chinese ink on panel
23.5cm x 23.5cm
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Fossil Forest 1

Original
Graphite pencil on paper
17.5cm x 17.5cm
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Fossil Forest 3

Original
Graphite on paper
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Szymborska: Reality Demands

One of two poems I interpreted in ink about the aftermath of war by the Polish Nobel Prize-winning poet Wislawa Szymborska.

Exhibited at DRAW 14, the 93rd Annual Open Exhibition of the Society of Graphic Fine Art - The Drawing Society.

Original
Chinese ink and white acrylic ink on Arches watercolour paper
54cm x 76cm
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