With roots based in drawing, this collection of abstract work explores solidity, texture and form, produced using a limited palette allowing focus and direction. Set within the context of social and political instability, and using that as starting point, the paintings depict forms that at first glance appear quite solid, some even being walls of black paint, but on closer inspection give a sense of their fragility and impending collapse.
The paintings are physical, both in technique and presence, but ultimately attempt to communicate on an emotional level. Composed largely intuitively, it is in the fundamental components of vitality, drive and feeling, the things that epitomise being alive, that are being conveyed in these pictures.
Baenintesburg refers to a long lost 8th Century Anglo Saxon fort that was situated at the highest point of Bredon Hill in Worcestershire, UK. Nowadays the site is occupied by the Banbury Stone, otherwse known as the Elephant Stone.
Acrylic on canvas
60 x 50cm
Shipped in a wooden crate.
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