Artist's description:

I collect the waste card widely used for packaging, from local outlets. I like the idea of recycling material which has been, perhaps, torn, walked upon and discarded, and turning it into art.

I then cut, tear and paint the various pieces. Sometimes I will attempt to remove this fresh oil paint by scoring and scratching the surface and sanding it down to reveal the corrugations and marks beneath.

In ‘Enigma of arrival 2’ I have used red oil paint to highlight the original lettering and arrows and make them stand out against the original card. The juxtaposed images may suggest passage to a foreign place and time.
The finished piece is then glazed to prevent damage or dust affecting the surface and a plain 3 cm wide flat white wooden frame holds it together, ready to hang. 61x62x2cm

Materials used:

Oil paint on cardboard packaging with collage

Enigma of arrival 2


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This artwork is sold by Bob Barron from United Kingdom

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