Artists

Alex Knubley

b.1969

Reflections, Dundas, 2021/22

oil and beeswax on canvas
H:18cm W:13cm
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Woodland, Hopetoun Estate, 2021/22

oil and beeswax on canvas
H:16.5cm W:8cm
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Blossom, 2021/22

oil and beeswax on canvas
H:15cm W:21cm
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Rushes at River’s Edge, 2021/22

oil and beeswax on canvas
H:7.5cm W:5cm
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Flood, 2021/22

oil and beeswax on canvas
H:30cm W:20cm
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Sleeping Giants, 2021/22

oil and beeswax on canvas
H:9.5cm W:13cm
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Low Tide, 2021/22

oil and beeswax on canvas
H:15cm W:14cm
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Morning Haar, 2021/22

oil and beeswax on canvas
H:13cm W:12cm
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Rock Pool, Bosta Beach, Isle of Lewis, 2021/22

oil and beeswax on canvas
H:20cm W:22cm
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Hidden Treasures, 2021

oil and beeswax on canvas
H:25cm W:30cm
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Autumn Leaves, 2021/22

oil and beeswax on canvas
H:95cm W:100cm
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Light Through The Darkness, 2021

oil and beeswax on canvas
H:17cm W:16.5cm
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Copse, 2021

oil and beeswax on canvas
H:21cm W:17cm
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Forrest, High Summer, 2019

oil & beeswax on canvas
H:9.5cm W:10cm
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Lagoon, 2019

oil & beeswax on canvas
H:33cm W:41cm
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Light through the Trees, 2019

oil & beeswax on canvas
H:30cm W:30cm
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On a Clear Day, 2019

oil & beeswax on paper
H:9.5cm W:9cm
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Rock Pools, Harris, 2019

oil & beeswax on canvas
H:19.5cm W:13.5cm
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The Crossing, 2019

oil & beeswax on canvas
H:27.5cm W:27cm
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The Woods are Lovely Dark and Deep, 2019

oil & beeswax on canvas
H:26.5cm W:26.7cm
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Into the Branches (Dalmeny), 2019

oil & beeswax on canvas
H:39cm W:31cm
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Deep Water, Dundas, 2019

oil and beeswax on canvas
H:36cm W:30.5cm
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Estuary, 2019

oil & beeswax on canvas
H:7.5cm W:7.5cm
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Dunes, 2019

oil on canvas
H:7.5cm W:7.5cm
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Hebridean Dreams, 2019

oil on canvas
H:7.5cm W:7.5cm
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Alex Knubley

Born: 1969

Alexandra Knubley employs a distinctive technique of working in oil and wax using a range of palette knives and scrapers, building up the surface of her paintings to create a sculptural surface. Planes and lines thus formed, beautifully evoke perspective depth and surface texture in open landscapes of the Hebrides, architectural subjects, deep woodlands of the Scottish Borders.

I paint landscapes by weaving memories and feelings of place with photographs and sketches. Sight, sound and evoked memory all play an integral part in the inspiration and creation of my work. Working from my small studio at the bottom of my garden in Kirkliston, I produce paintings exploring the natural world as it changes around me. Alex Knubley, 2020

 


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