Acrylic and mixed media on 30x30cm MDF wooden panel
Acrylic and mixed media on 60x60cm cradled wooden panel
You perceive my thoughts £195 (framed)
Acrylic and mixed media on 30x30cm board
Hiding Place £395 (framed)
Acrylic and mixed media on 30x30cm MDF wooden panel. (Selected for the Oxford Art Society 2019 Open Exhibition)
Waiting at the doorways (NFS)
Acrylic & mixed media on 20 x 20cm MDF wooden panel
Deep calls to deep £195 (framed)
Acrylic and mixed media on 20x20cm MDF wooden panel
Abstraction allows man to see with his mind what he cannot physically see with his eyes... Abstract art enables the artist to perceive beyond the tangible, to extract the infinite out of the finite. It is the emancipation of the mind. It is an explosion into unknown areas
My abstract paintings are usually based around an initial idea but often simply develop through the application of paint onto the canvas, panel or paper. Its exciting to see what often develops as often I have no idea when I begin what the end result will be.
Colour, shapes, marks and composition emerge during the painting process. The combinations of these may look physical places or spaces but they are abstract in intent. This makes the process exciting and uncertain at the same time, resulting in often surprising results.