The Art of Sherlock Holmes Artist 27 - Krystal Sutton
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Krystal Sutton aims to create three dimensional paintings that awaken slumbering minds to think outside of their reality bringing their own interpretation of the vision. The art consists of 3D elements including clay, plaster, resin and crystals using acrylics, pigments and enamel on canvas/panel.
The process is time sensitive to get the desired effect. In art, find solace in chaos; peace in flames; and understanding in inhumanity through the lens of Sutton Xpressions.
Krystal's piece for The Art of Sherlock Holmes USA is based on the story 'The Ghost of Dorset House' by Tim Symonds. Tim was born in London, England, and grew up in Somerset, Dorset and the Channel Island of Guernsey, off the coast of Normandy. After spending his late teens farming in the Kenya Highlands and driving bulldozers along the Zambezi River, he moved to California and graduated Phi Beta Kappa from UCLA with an honours degree in Political Science. He and his partner Lesley Abdela live in the High Weald of Sussex, where the events recounted in his first novel ‘Sherlock Holmes and The Dead Boer at Scotney Castle’ took place. Not long afterwards, ‘Sherlock Holmes and the Case of the Bulgarian Codex’ takes Holmes and Watson into the very depths of the Balkans in 1900. Holmes and Watson were back in the region – Serbia – in ‘Sherlock Holmes And The Mystery of Einstein’s Daughter’ and not long afterwards the peripatetic pair go to ‘Stamboul’ to investigate a plot against the despotic Sultan, in ‘Sherlock Holmes And The Sword of Osman’. Holmes and Watson again take their lives in their hands in foreign parts in Tim Symonds’ fifth novel, 'Sherlock Holmes and The Nine Dragon Sigil', set in Peking as the once-mighty Ch’ing Dynasty crumbles into warring factions and murderous plots. Tim is or has been a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society, the British Association of Victorian Studies, the Society of Authors, the Historical Novel Society, and the Chartered Institute of Journalists.
The piece has been released as an authenticated print by the Conan Doyle Estate.