Keeping it original
Updated: Jan 8
Bringing back to the basics, just me and the studio.
I hope you are well doing well.
Some of the best time I spend in the studio is where I'm free flowing, mixing paints together without an end colour in mind, or trying out new techniques knowing that there is no design needed to be created. It's so important as an artist to keep the juices flowing, too often I'm in the studio having to create colours, or designs, and with a certain goal in mind, it can take away the fact that I need to create to evolve and develop my style.
I've created a new special serious of works, these are closest to my heart and the way I want to my abstract art to evolve. I'm taking it back to basics, neutral colours with metallics and texture, just how I first started. With my abstract paintings, I work on layer after layer until I feel the piece has reached as far as it can go, and over the years I've developed the art of knowing when a piece is complete. The worst thing I can do is force a painting to look a certain way by continuing to keep building and building for perfection, something I know doesn't exist. The beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and everyone has a different style of abstract art that they like the best. For me, it's about putting those people to the side to focus well and truly on the work itself, until I am happy with the position and the profile of the work.
If you'd like to see my latest paintings for sale:
If there is any piece that may catch your eye, or you would like to find out more about, perhaps even see some videos, feel free to ask and I will try my best to accomodate!
Thank you all for your continued support.