Creating art has been a part of my life since as far back as I can remember. It stimulates my existence and feeds my soul.
I am a multi-disciplinary artist, however the personally developed styles that I focus on are; Pointillism, Faceted and One-Colour painting.
Pointillism: When I do use colour, I tend to underpin my colour palette with metallics, so that the artwork glows from within and is continuously changing through the play of light. In my modern pointillist style, I create art out of lots and lots of uncountable dots.
Faceted: I create relationships with geometric shapes and colour through paint.
One-Colour: I focus on creating art with as little colour as possible and sometimes with no colour at all. By removing colour, I focus on the true essence of my subject matter, whilst finding a purity of form.
Therefore, I often purify my palette to only include monochromes and metallics. Although some may argue that this palette is even more pure, as some consider black and white not to be colours at all, as black absorbs the full colour spectrum, while white reflects the full colour spectrum.
The purity and light that emanates from this style is calming and soothing and allows the artworks to offer serenity within the interiors in which they are displayed.
By creating texture and by layering and sculpting paste, I am able to raise the subject from the canvas in a 3D-type effect. This technique can strengthen the image to such an extent that only one colour is needed to convey the subject matter.
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