I am a conceptual artist; my work is urban-based and future led with roots firmly based in the traditions of 20th century abstraction. I use mathematics as my main way of achieving compositional harmony. The focus lays on creating new forms, planes, shapes and colours out of a logical system of spatial calculations, using repetition and division. I am obsessed with variations on mathematical calculations, and simply by using different colour compositions I attain a variety of seemingly simple but complex forms. Also, i have concentrated on using a restricted palette of mainly three hues of blue. This has led to a tantalising range of colours and has become the pulse of my paintings. I am not interested in natural form but get my inspiration from elements I see on a daily basis in urban life.
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