Chris Ofili, The Holy Virgin Mary, 1996. Young British Artists, Contemporary Art

Chris Ofili, The Holy Virgin Mary, 1996. Young British Artists, Contemporary Art

Chris Ofili, I like this because there is a lot of like and dots in this piece which makes it more exciting and its like opposites have been used, there are a lot of primary colours and a couple of secondary colours which shows a combination

Chris Ofili, I like this because there is a lot of like and dots in this piece which makes it more exciting and its like opposites have been used, there are a lot of primary colours and a couple of secondary colours which shows a combination

Chris Ofili, She, 1997, acrylic, oil, resin, paper collage, glitter, map pins, and elephant dung on canvas, 8 ft. 3 7/8 in. x 6 ft. (installation view)

Chris Ofili, She, 1997, acrylic, oil, resin, paper collage, glitter, map pins, and elephant dung on canvas, 8 ft. 3 7/8 in. x 6 ft. (installation view)

"She by Chris Ofili, 1997. She is very typical of Ofili’s style. Eight foot in height with a vibrant colour scheme, She also contains a controversial material placed in balls at the base of the painting and hanging around the woman’s neck … elephant dung. At the Telegraph Online there is a fantastic review of an Ofili exhibition..."

"She by Chris Ofili, 1997. She is very typical of Ofili’s style. Eight foot in height with a vibrant colour scheme, She also contains a controversial material placed in balls at the base of the painting and hanging around the woman’s neck … elephant dung. At the Telegraph Online there is a fantastic review of an Ofili exhibition..."

Chris Ofili, I like this because there is a lot of translucent colours because you can see the under layered material with the turquoise on top, the turquoise stands out and looks effective and draws people in because its so bright, I like that she has used tone to create the shadows and the differences of each flower/plant, I like that she's done a floral effect because it can look like anything

Chris Ofili, I like this because there is a lot of translucent colours because you can see the under layered material with the turquoise on top, the turquoise stands out and looks effective and draws people in because its so bright, I like that she has used tone to create the shadows and the differences of each flower/plant, I like that she's done a floral effect because it can look like anything

Chris Ofili. the technique she used more looking the wet on wet. because paints are really fluid and well blended.

Chris Ofili. the technique she used more looking the wet on wet. because paints are really fluid and well blended.

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