King of Dusk
Acrylic on Canvas,
King of Dusk
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Acrylic on Canvas
W: 1700mm x H: 1100mm x D: 50mm
W: 67" x H: 43" x D: 2"
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We are ever evolving beings - opinions , experiences , emotions , the energy of life and the people we share it with. These are things that come through in my work. I am fond of Salvador Dali , Vincent Van Gogh and Francis Bacon. Elements of their style and concepts echo through some of my pieces.
In terms of execution , I feel torn between the perfectionistic famous sfumato technique Da Vinci mastered , the freedom of abstract expressionism , as well as a love for texture and depth. There are so many options and beautiful things to be created , its almost impossible to stay in the box of one technique. Variety is the spice of life.
I'm currently shifting my focus to the sky's and beyond. Yes , the cosmos !
Besides the rich , gorgeous palette it has to offer , the mystery and wonder is irresistibly alluring.
More and more we are exploring and discovering the infinite space above and within. I feel we are in a transition phase of new consciousness and a way of being. So , naturally my art ( my focus ) is reflecting that.
Im very fortunate , pieces have found homes all over the world.
Itala Bank bought my first piece.
Belize House of Commons displays "The Face of an Angel".
I have done paintings for Prince Harry's Trust , Brexit for Arron Banks and of Old Down Manor - previously owned by Mike Oldfield.
I am highly critical of my own work and take great pride in what I do.
2007 - 2013 various small local group showings.
2013 Prince Harry Trust Auction, Bristol UK.
2014 Prince Harry Trust Auction, Bristol UK.
2015 Prince Harry Trust Auction, Bristol UK.
2016 Prince Harry Trust Auction, Bristol UK.
Self tought through failure, observation and persistence.
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