Ronnie Ford

Meules de foin (Haystacks), 2016
Mixed Medium on Canvas, 152 x 35 cm

USD 5,400 – 7,700


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About the artwork

de foin, meaning haystack, draws on inspiration from Ronnie Ford's childhood, in which he would spend countless hours lost in his fantastical world of nature. The vast field of hay is painted in the brilliance of colours, of yellow, orange and brown tones. Articulated marks are made on the canvas with vertical lines, signifying the marks left by farmers when they till the land. The authenticity and rawness of his most instinctive response to the hay field is recorded in this work, and convey a sense of deep-seated intimacy with his subject matter.

About the artist

Ronnie Ford was born in Dunoon, Scotland and studied at the Glasgow School of Art. He is a full-time professional artist who launched his career with sell-out shows in Hong Kong and London. He has built a strong international presence with successful group and solo shows in Europe, Hong Kong, Singapore and the USA. Ronnie's work is in private, public and corporate collections worldwide, including the French Consulate, Hong Kong, Bank of South Australia, Strathclyde University, NHS Scotland. His work has appeared on television several times, was used as a major component of an MTV music video by Canto-pop and film star, Sammie Cheng and has won multiple awards. 

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