What is this?
Before I delve in to things a little more let me tell you about this artwork. It’s a black, gold and white abstract painting that’s created using my beautiful enamel paints and is a series of waves that permeate from dark to light.
The gold paint is something I use a lot because it’s the most wonderful, sensory experience to see in natural light. It really brings the painting alive.
Added to this is a combination of black, silver, grey and white. You may also see a slight hint of duck egg blue and a few other random, but very subtle, colours hiding among the waves that form the effortless meandering nature of the painting.
Simple and elegant
You don’t always need to shout to get your point across. Sometimes it’s better to let things flow out of you and let nature take its course.
Let’s be honest with each other here – I normally go nuts on my paintings because I like the freedom and drama of painting in a very physical way. The results of that is everywhere to see. However, to commit to that way of creating and that only, can feel unbalanced and heavy. Where does the rest come from? How do I calm the fuck down?
The answer comes along very infrequently.
It comes when my own world crashes around me. When that feeling arrives I try to bash it out in paint. To find out what changes and what doesn’t. It’s an interesting dynamic. And I shouldn’t really create when I feel uneasy or anxious but sometimes, very rarely, I do.
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