My practice aims to continue the traditions of Western still life painting whilst altering them in a contemporary manor. Abstracting the three dimensional form and colour from a subject in order to create an entirely new perspective and understanding. The somewhat claustrophobic and crowded compositions aim to remain ambiguous although they are approached with deliberate intent. With key focus on interior design of the 20th century, such as repeating pattern and trending objects. This conceptual influence brings a sense of a ‘scene’ into my paintings which creates a shared recognition between myself, the viewer and the painting itself.
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