Nebula / Blur 2010 – 2017

Nebula 2010-2017

Stars and constellations have been an inspiration to people over thousands of years. The inspiration for each of these pieces came from Hubble telescope images. Just as people see images in clouds Clayton-Wolfindale began to see images and forms in Hubble telescope images. She set about projecting her own interpretations of these images on to canvas. Each painting took on a life of it’s own and changed and developed through the creative process.


 Enveloped Prayer,  acrylic on canvas, 111cm x 142cm



Nurture, acrylic on canvas, 99.5cm x 99.5cm



Rebirth, arcylic on canvas, 89cm x 89cm



Dance with Me, acrylic on canvas, 99.5cm x 99.5cm



Call of the Void, acrylic on canvas, 121.5cm x 152cm


Blur 2006-2009

Capturing hope and truth is like trying to capture light. It is ever changing and transient. Moments that enter the conscious mind are much like a photograph snap shot. By taking photographs of light at a slow exposure, beautiful light patterns are produced which act as a starting point for painting. Similar to the Nebula series she used these photographs as the starting point but would alter and manipulate lines and shapes during the painting process to represent the emotional state at the time of painting. As each painting develops, aspects of the subconscious thought process are revealed.


Words on the People, acrylic on canvas, 152cm x 102cm



Night Ship, acrylic on canvas, 61cm x 61cm



Liverpool Streets/ Here My Voice Behind and Follow Me, acrylic on canvas, 80cm x 80cm



Kagamusha, acrylic on canvas, 61cm x 61cm



Dreams, acrylic on canvas, 61cm x 61cm



Healer, acrylic on canvas, 90xm x 60cm



Night Orchestra, acrylic on canvas, 47cm x 60cm



Northern Lights, acrylic on canvas, 171cm x 72.5cm

2 thoughts on “Nebula / Blur 2010 – 2017

  1. Love your work! Great meeting a fellow spiritual artist. Would really like to chat to you over coffee and tell you how my course works ( the tool kit I’ve put together ) I’m wondering how to make it more appealing and reading about your experience I feel it would help me – if that’s ok with you – keep up your great work- Omx Nick


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