My Original Oil Painting Engineering Art Collection
Engineering Art compositions
As both an engineer and artist, I believe that science and art are just different perspectives on the same thing. Both observe the fundamental laws of the universe. Both have beauty and build a description of how we interact. This is the motivation behind my Engineering Art collection. It is celebrating modern industry. It is intended to depict the balance of process and creativity.
Come and see my original oil collection in person
There is no substitute for viewing the real thing. Contact me to arrange a viewing or visit me when I am out and about at events. It would be lovely to chat with you. Follow me, Artist Sara Penrose, on Facebook and Instagram to find out more.
My work is available to purchase*
All the Original Work on this page is available to buy. The prices are displayed to the side of the work beneath the description. The pieces are painted onto high quality stretched canvas. Additional framing can be recommended and added. Packaging & delivery costs would need to be added. For a complete quotation email me.
Engineering Art 1.0 - work in progress
There is still quite a lot to do in building up the layers, installing a few more valves and instruments. Then the grand finale of a splash of abstract shape and colour... watch this space.
Original Oil On Canvas - inches x inches
Composition Location - Reactors inside A Resin Plant
Engineering Art 1.0 - WIP - £850*
With prominence and pride Victoria Mill reflects its character in the strokes of the Nene.
Original Oil On Canvas - 30 x 20 inches
Composition Location - Flour Mill at Wellingborough, Northamptonshire
Victoria Mill - 2018 - £850*
Framing my Engineering Art:
I recommend a dark frame like the one pictured below. This style really compliments my work without dominating and helps draw you in to the piece. The frame is a box frame which allows a few millimetres gap between the canvas and the frame. In my opinion this allows the picture to breath. It also enables you to see the sides of the canvas. I always continue my painting around the sides. This is part of my signature. Doing this invites you in to the composition as you enter a room, before you see the full front view. I can arrange for further framing or recommend trusted framers.
N.B. the recommended frame adds a further 6.5 inches in both height and width to the picture.