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Neighbourhood X | Wall Sculptures Large | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Neighbourhood X

2017, Oil on wire on board, W80cm x H100cm, Mount: W90cm x 105cm

The God Particle II | Love Heart Art | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
The God Particle II

2012. Oil on wire on board, 90cm x 90cm.

Self Portrait IV | Self Reflection Art | Russell West
Self Portrait IV

2016, Oil on Russell West's boots, W62cm x H28cm x D28cm Self Portrait IV is made with Russell West's own work boots. It belongs to his 'self reflection art' series, which includes  Wonderful World, Ankle Deep in Sunshine, Golden Years. and Self Portrait V.

Large Odd Sock Monster | Contemporary Art | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Large Odd Sock Monster

2016. Oil on wire on board, 101cm x 107cm.

The Happening | Unusual Wall Art | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
The Happening

Oil on wire on board, 59cm x 80cm x 10cm, Mount: 68cm x 88cm.

Plinth III | Abstract Sculpture | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Plinth III

2008, Oil on wire on plinth  

Golden Years- Positive Artwork | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Golden Years
2021. Oil on Mio's shoes and wire flowers on board. W50cm x H30cm (Mount: W63cm x H43cm)
Always Chasing Rainbows: Colourful Quirky Wall Art | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Always Chasing Rainbows
2021, Oil and wire on board with 24ct gold plated tin cans, W70cm x H106cm x D12.5cm  (Mounted: 75cm x H115cm x D15.5cm
Little Boxes XXX | Bright Artwork | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Little Boxes XXX

2019, Oil and wire on board, W43cm x H82cm (Mount: W46.5cm x H80cm)   Little Boxes XXX Little Boxes XXX belongs to Little Boxes Series. Other Little Boxes include Little Boxes XIV,  Little Boxes XI Blue, Little Boxes XXXVIII, Little Boxes XXXIX and Little Boxes XVIII.  Each piece is unique in colour, size and orientation. Availability can be checked by…

Neighbourhood IX White | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Neighbourhood IX White

2017, Oil on wire on board, W52cm x H74 cm (with Mount: 60cm x 80cm)

Caged Birds | 3D Wall Art Framed Piece | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Caged Bird

2017, Oil on wire on board, W120cm x H120cm x 14cm

Wrath of an Indian Summer II | Contemporary Art | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Wrath of an Indian Summer II

2014. Oil on wire on board, 142cm x 155cm (including shelf).

Lingerie X | Bright Artwork | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Lingerie X

2016, Oil on wire on board, 40cm x 85cm

Favela II : One of a Kind Wall Art Large | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Favela

2012, Oil on wire board, 139cm x 72cm x 10cm

SOHO IX | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Soho IX

2010, Oil on wire on board, 43cm x 75cm (including shelf)

C² | Abstract Sculpture | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures

2012, Oil on wire on board, 56cm x 48cmx 10cm

Little Boxes XIV | Bright Artwork | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Little Boxes XIV

2017, Oil on wire on board, 44cm x 83cm (Mount: 55cm x 85cm)

Gnab V | Unusual Wall Art | Big Bang | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Gnab V

2017, Oil on wire on board, W60cm x H81cm (Mounted)

Wonderful World | School Shoes & Metal Flowers | Mixed Media Abstract Floral Art | Sculpture by Russell West
Wonderful World

2015. Oil on wire on Mio's shoes, 50cm x 24cm x 7cm.

Little Boxes XXXVII - Wall Sculptures Large | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Little Boxes XXXVII
2020, Oil and wire on board with tin cans, W106cm x H57cm
Some People Walk in the Rain, Others just Get Wet | Russell West | 3D Sculptures Wall Art
Some People Walk in the Rain, Others Just Get Wet

2021, Oil and wire on board with tin cans ,W70cm x H106cm x D12.5cm (Mounted:  W75cm x H115cm x D15.5cm)     Some People Walk in the Rain, Others Just Get Wet Similar artworks to Some People Walk in the Rain, Others Just Get Wet include Where Clouds are Far behind Me, Light-Slab and Light Slab II and Always Chasing Rainbows,…

Tin Flowers VIII | Abstract Floral Art | Positive Artwork | Metal Flower Sculpture by Russell West
Tin Flowers VIII

2016, Oil on wire in tin on board, D25cm x H25cm x D30cm   Tin Flowers VIII Tin Flowers VIII is made of many intricate flowers made by hand.  It is a positive art piece.  If you like this abstract floral art piece, you may also enjoy Golden Years, Ankle Deep in Sunshine and Wonderful World .

'Chunk' One of a Kind Artwork | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Chunk

2008, Oil on wire on board, 66cm x90cm

China Town V | Quirky Wall Art | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
China Town V

2006, Oil on wire on board, 50cm x 65cm   China Town V China Town V has been made using special paint techniques developed by Russell West. This 3D wall painting belongs to China Town Series.  If you like China Town V, you may also like SOHO IX and Caged Bird.

Big Late Night Lemonade Moment | Abstract Art in Blue | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Big Late Night Lemonade Moment

2014, Oil on wire on board, 103cm x 121cm

Light Slab II | One of a Kind Artwork Large | Rainbow Art | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Light Slab II

2015. Oil on pins on board with floor panel and the artists tins. 136cm x 180cm x 30cm.

Tondo Landscape II | Abstract Sculpture | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures
Tondo Landscape

2012. Oil on wire on board, mounted on easel, 92cm x 173cm x 79cm.

Close up of The 2nd Happening | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures

Imagine a city devoid of its people.

Not somewhere bleak and decaying, but a city whose inhabitants had lived lives so vibrant, so full of energy that the city they left behind couldn’t help but reflect that energy.

Casting your eye over the surface of one of Russell West’s works and letting it be drawn into the interiors created by its many layers takes us on journey to that city. As with any painting we start with visual impact it makes.

Make no mistake about it, his works are beautiful to look at. A contemporary wall sculpture UK artist Russell West creates exquisite artworks.  There is enough here in the interplay of colour, light and shade – both figuratively in the pigment used and literally arising from how the base medium is arranged – to keep us occupied far longer than many other artists working today.

These paintings are like 3D abstract sculptures and look impressive. West invites us to think about the physical act of making them, how he controlled the flow of pigment across the base medium, a lattice of wires, mathematical lines and their extension into planes parallel and perpendicular to the wall behind.

Close up of Light Slab II - Painting by Russell West

But Russell goes further.

Starting from a transformative moment in 1993 when he witnessed the destruction of the city of Kowloon, he takes us on a journey to the city of the future. Imagine if every building of a city reflected in its colours and shapes the life of the people who lived in it; how they lived – alone or with others – maybe found love, maybe raised children; how they cared and were cared for, ate their meals and shared food with one another; how they kept some things private and made others public.

Imagine a city whose inhabitants were set free from the constraints of the city of today; where planners and architects designed buildings which could be reconfigured; where engineers delivered materials which could be customised; where building codes kept us safe but didn’t constrain us.

And while you’re thinking about that, come back again to the physical painting in front of you, because West has something else for us. When we look at the flow of paint in an action painting we are taken back to the instant of its creation, and the same is true of Russell West’s work.

Cloe up of Gnab | Big Bang Art | Russell West 3D Wall Art Sculptures

The pigment which flows through his sculptures flowed over many hours.

The tools by which he could exercise control over the finished product are the same as for any other dynamic artist, but the end result arrives more slowly. Even after it has left the gallery and is hung on the owner’s wall the painting is still hardening.

So finally, perhaps, this thought has something to tell us about how cities evolve. We make our home in a physical structure; we paint the walls and arrange the furniture, we knock through walls and build extensions. For many years our homes keep us safe.

But eventually we pass them on to someone else and the city changes again; this small record of our life is recreated, always new, a living document of the lives we lead.

Tim Cooper

 

FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) on Paint Series Wall Sculpture (UK)

Q1: Where are the Paint Series wall sculptures made? Within U.K.?

A1: They are made in U.K. Russell West is based in U.K. and he exhibits his art worldwide.

Q2: What is the availability of these wall sculptures UK stock? Where can I buy?

A2: They are one of the kind wall sculptures. As Russell West is based in U.K, the availability in U.K. is better than other regions/countries.  You can buy his artworks at House of Fine Art, Cafmeyer Gallery, Woolff Gallery and Envie d’art. Contact us for availability and commissions.

Q3: Is a large Paint Series wall sculpture difficult to hang on the standard UK wall?

A3: The Paint Series 3d sculpture are fragile and sometimes heavy, too.  You need to follow the artist’s instructions for transporting and hanging the painting. It is recommended that you use professional art transport and hanging services, unless Russell West agrees to provides such services himself.  He can also help with arrangement of transport of both Paint Series paintings and metal sculptures for non-UK countries.

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