THE WORK OF JULIET MARSH
Name of artwork; ‘Before’ 84cm x 59cm (unframed)
(Framing and postage costs and logistics to be discussed)
Juliet Marsh was born in Winchester and raised in Surrey, England where she still lives. With a background trained in Theatre set and prop design Juliet’s art has taken many different forms over the years including many types of crafts and as a result, her style has evolved to what it is currently with a love of colour, emotion and various mediums.
Juliet’s favoured mediums at the moment are Coloured pencils, Collage, Gouache, Watercolour and Acrylics which cover most of her work with Coloured pencils being about 90% of that for Motorsport and Portraits.
For Formula 1, when Juliet creates driver portraits she works hard to capture the emotion of that moment, depending on the composition Juliet’s primary focus is the eyes.
“My favourite subject is motorsport driver portraits, illustrating people who put their life on the line every time they race. An expression, look, body language everything is important and the eyes are the most expressive feature of all, they can be a defining part of someone, people can usually be recognised just from their eyes. Which makes them so important to get right and also why I start portraits in this way.”- Juliet Marsh
The piece in this exhibition is created in coloured pencil with many hours of detail to capture a moment in time of one of the greatest drivers in Formula 1 history, the one and only Ayrton Senna.