I’m excited about the discoveries made in this, my newest, series – 'blobitecture'. Each canvas is a curation of prominent architecture or cultural icons, now radically reduced and de-contextualized. The shapes are altered as if by blurry rain or faulty memory.
'Horace v. Renzo' poses a dialectic between old and new London. The two shapes represent an upside-down 'Shard' (left) by architect Renzo Piano and 'Tower Bridge' (right) by Sir Walter Horace. The colour scheme is a pale blue/sea green with dominant white brush work. Jarring colours – peach, orange, pink, navy, green – outline the morphic shapes.
Note: this painting, left unframed, intentionally reveals my artistic process. The random paint build-up and serendipitous drips that coat the sides of the deep edge canvas are meant to be seen.
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acrylic on deep edge canvas