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The title Flux refers to the fluidity and movement of the paint and the way it changes as viewed. The paint is a mixture of pure and mixed colours, metallic and fluorescent which vibrate and contradict in harmony and disharmony yet overall form a unified image. The paint is dragged and poured in bands working methodically across the canvas so I have to make careful choices about the colour and tone next to each to keep the image balanced and fluid. I don’t see the final piece until the canvas is fully covered. The colours and tones are never repeated so this series offers endless combinations and possibilities in both large and small format.
This is one of 5 small Flux. This framed in white wood bespoke tray frame, ready to hang.
Having always chosen to live and work in the urban city, first in London and during the last 14 years, Barcelona and now back in London, my art is inspired by the collective experience of contemporary living. City life is filled with an array of imagery; from airport and train station digital monitors to pixilated television and computer screens in the home; city landscapes lit up at night; supermarket shopping aisles and their myriad of packaging, lighting and random colour combinations. I am fascinated by this imagery and combine aspects of this reality to create an equivalent visual experience. The relationship between urban living and all its technology is a recurring theme and influence in my work.
I work in series so I can explore and expand an idea that develops with each painting. Experimenting with colour, mark making and technique allows each work to have it’s own uniqueness whilst retaining the concept and connection to each other. Although each painting belongs to a series it is very much intended to stand alone both visually and conceptually.
Ultimately my intention is to reproduce without representing, evoke without illustrating and express without formulating.
My work is collected all over the world in private and corporate collections.
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