Paul Horton – ‘Love Is Life’ collection, New for Autumn 2009

November 3, 2009 on 5:13 pm | In Naive Art, New Releases, Paul Horton, Sculptures | 2 Comments

Often described as a unique storyteller, Paul Horton has recently released a new line of art work & within it you will see his trait for brightly coloured buildings, beside the seaside, continues!; as a mater of fact, released this time is a sculpture actually called ‘Beside the Sea’ which will bring a big smile to Horton fans.

(Beside The Sea Sculpture by Paul Horton)

His ingenious use of bright colours to create the weather-worn look to his seaside buildings captures the imaginations and fond memories of his fans who may remember family trips to the seaside as children.

(Far Beyond Forever by Paul Horton)

This piece depicts a couple standing in the foreground of a seaside street. At first glance, they may appear insignificant. However, they are looking out to sea with hopes and dreams for their future. Perhaps in this moment, they find all else insignificant?

(Spellbound by Paul Horton)

In this piece we see Gandalf is making potions at home. I love this picture because every time I look I see something new. There is also an owl in this picture. Possibly Hedwig from Harry Potter!! That’s probably why the cat looks so annoyed!

(The Man Who No-One Knows by Paul Horton)

Is he a sinister being? A man on his way home from work? Or is he a magician with a rabbit in his top hat? Who knows? That’s for you to decide! Let us know your thoughts!

(Fragile Earth by Paul Horton)

A very emotive piece depicting Noah’s Ark, of which Horton has previously painted in different situations. However, this piece is set in the North and South Poles to highlight the current issues of climate change. The Ark is shown to be there to rescue the animals from the melting ice caps.

Thank you


British Seaside Resort of Cornwall
British Seaside Resort of Blackpool
BBC Climate Change News


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  1. Beautiful collection, i especially like the Noahs Ark piece.

    Comment by karen — November 4, 2009 #

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