What my Clients say about my work.
I’ve long been admirer of Paula’s art. My collection of Paula Still’s has increased over the subsequent decades and now number eight, which says a lot. Paula’s technique of combining acrylic paints and subtle application of fabric to provide depth are what makes her work so appealing to me, not least in her latest commission of a most delightful picture of a friends cottage with a beautiful daffodil field in the foreground.
We are absolutely delighted with the Winchester Cathedral painting Paula produced for us. Following a redecoration of our office we wanted a very specific painting to reflect our presence of over 50 years in Winchester and Paula’s painting captures the Cathedral wonderfully framed in an array of autumnal colours against the backdrop of a dramatic sky. The painting hangs at the foot of our staircase and has already received numerous positive comments from both staff and clients.
Almost 2 years ago, I was fortunate enough to meet Paula and her art at a studio show in Eastleigh. And the rest is history – because I bought Bluebell Woods 1 and my home and my soul are the richer for it’s presence.
I was also pretty lucky that she agreed to sell Bluebell – as it’s her favourite!! Paula, you can come and visit your creation any time. The use of blues of every hue draws the viewer into the wood; you can feel the gentle breeze, hear the leaves stirring, smell the bluebells. Seriously!
I find Paula’s art celebrates place and colour and nature and life itself in it’s many guises – her use of colour and texture is first class and breathes life into any picture.
Following my love of Bluebell Wood 1….there is now Autumn Trees, smaller but powerful with it’s fiery red and orange tones balanced by deep violets and greens at the base. A real “wow”, mesmerising painting.
I consider my pieces of Paula Still talent very precious; Paula has enriched my home with colour, vision and originality.
Thanks Paula – what’s next?
Heather Collins x