Transmission Vision / Last Sun

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Oil on canvas

h: 120 w: 160 (cms).

"our children can be our greatest teachers, if we are humble enough to receive their lessons" 


My artwork is an attempt to bring to life a fascination with the beauty of classical painting and mythology; as well as an interest in the aesthetics of contemporary documentation photography. Artistic choices relate to produce a crescendo of imagery on canvas; where fantastical scenes develop to explore society’s notions of people, place and identity.


The 'Transmission Vision' series accumulates in 'Last Sun' painted during the tumultuous lockdown of 2020. The piece presents collaged moments in an instant; conceived of the overwhelming, relentless, sprawling construction of imagery and alerts that the mass media presents to us. However the work should remain ambiguous in its nature, enticing the viewer to question their own perception of what has bought about this reality. 

£5000

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Transmission Vision / Day Break

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Oil on canvas

My artwork is an attempt to bring to life a fascination with the beauty of classical painting and mythology; as well as an interest in the aesthetics of contemporary documentation photography. Artistic choices relate to produce a crescendo of imagery on canvas; where fantastical scenes develop to explore society’s notions of people, place and identity.

Most recent work questions our identity in an increasingly digital world. Exploring distortion and 'loss' of both form, and in turn identity, through pixilation and painterly interventions. In an attempt to slow down the absorption of an inundation of fleeting imagery, the act of paint becomes essential to the work. Media images grab attention only momentarily. Paintings, on the other hand require a concentrated effort over time. There is an importance placed on the act of painting in the creation of stories which are based on assembled collages and found imagery.

£5000

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