White, black and gold
An absolute winning combination of colours. It’s a trio of perfectly matched tones that let me create at my best. I think it’s the contrasts that you can achieve with them that really singles this combination out as being one of the very best and most flexible.
So here we have a big old rip in space piercing through the centre of the painting. It’s complimented by a series of forms that, on one side, dissolve and diffuse the strength of the black and, on the other side, add a little warmth and intrigue thanks to the use of metallic gold.
Choosing an orientation
As with all my original paintings I only ever sign them on the back so this gives you complete freedom to choose an orientation that suits. I have shown it in two of the four possible ways to hang it but really it comes down to what feels comfortable.
I deliberately do this because it changes the dynamics of the painting each time you rotate it. It also helps to rejuvenate the space it hangs in by periodically turning it. It’s a simple trick but one that’s surprisingly effective.
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