Adelina. Rialto Bridge, Venice. 2006
At this stage I experimented with blending narrative elements of films which influenced me into the scenery of my own work. I enjoyed blurring fantasy with reality and placing subtle references to make the viewer take a second look.
This painting blends a scene from my own trip to Venice with the main storyline of the Nicolas Roeg film 'Don’t Look Now’, also set in the city. The title is a reference the enigmatic actress Adelina Poerio, who played the infamous role of the red coated figure. Somewhere in the painting is a small hint of the colour aluding to her eery presence, which remains mostly in the shadows.
Original Art by Phil Davis Art.
Oil on canvas. Signed and framed in beechwood frame with glass and mount.
45 cm x 38 cm
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