45 x 45 x 0.4 cm (unframed)
Oil on Board
One of a series from my current work exploring spaces, landscapes and structures—man-made or organic, and the interplay of one against and within the other.
Man has stamped his boots on the earth, built monumental engineering and architecture, constructed environments, and populated landscapes, later discarding those creations and moving on when use has been fulfilled.
The story of those left-behind places is frequently an interesting one—whether it’s a story of decay and return to the earth, or one of life breathed back and a renewed purpose given.
I want the shapes I describe to be something both intangible yet instantly recognisable—solid objects, the space in between them, or an atmosphere created by light, shade and colour.
“I pass this window every day as I come through the main door of our studio building. An ex-textile mill, dated 1925, it’s full of beautiful architectural details, and this arched window is one of them. The fading winter light on that particular day was creating a range of blues through the different obscured glass panes, and I love the way the arch of the window is echoed in the bicycle wheel.”
This artwork is currently unframed, but I’m happy to arrange framing for UK clients for an additional charge.
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