Thelia Shelton
The Country SideUntitiledIn TransitionThe PathEvening is approachingFrom the Mountain SideInto the BathInto the ForestKandinsky BullReclining Woman in Olive GreenReclining WomanSitting BullSitting TallSmall Bull PaintingThe BirdsThe Country SideThe Powers of Instinct. A PortraitThe Red ArchwayThe ReaderThe Story TellerPAX1-1PAX1The Three of UsGarden of Earthly DelightsEl Camino and MeMy Happy PlaceRunning of the Bulls
SoldStill WalikingBull PaintingFreedom RunsAll of My ShadowsThe Aura of My WaysI Talked She ListenedMoonlightThe Blue Side of ShadowThe GatheringFeathers2Feathers1BeesRoosters DenGrasshoppers 2 2011Flies 2 2011The Great Hall

Fish 2 2011Bicycles
Everything You Can Do Naked #2
SoldPark Bench
Flies 
SoldRoostersEverything You Can Do Naked
GrasshoppersSpermFock of BirdsSquidSchool of Fish
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The Movement of the Masses series of drawing came about as a result of wanting to combine my love of drawing with my love of abstract painting. The repetition and denseness of the drawing transcend the objects. The subjects themselves either visually move along the paper, illustrate a an idea, or are simple blocks of an idea. The drawings become even more obscured by the visual filter of colour placed in either before or after the piece has been drawn. The play then comes not only from the subject seen up close but the abstraction seen at a distance.

The next series of drawings, The Myths are visual stories. My attraction to the bovine often tells a story of love, sex and internal strengths. The figures are mostly female and the themes are often whimsical.

My latest addition to my body of works are my acrylic on canvas paintings.
These works are directly related to my Myth Series of drawings. This medium allows for much more flexibility, a more immediate response which in some cases makes for a more dynamic images.

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