The late artist Ian Scott’s work, from beginning to end – Paperboy

Article by Jeremy Hansen dated 17th May 2017, interviewing Chris Corson-Scott, the late artist Ian Scotts's son on his fathers last works made prior to his passing in 2013. And how would you describe these later works? They’re not the same as the Lattices he’s most known for. They’re much more minimal. They’re pared back to... Continue Reading →


Katharina Grosse – thought based approach to work.     via Preview: Katharina Grosse in Season 7 of ART21 "Art in the Twenty-First Century" (2014) - YouTube

Harmonies of the Abstract; Julian Stanczak

One of the most poignant videos of an artist talking that I have come across in a long time, Julian Stanczak tells a short story of being in the woods and well I won't spoil it but a truism to live by, life is always in flux. Art is known by what it does, not... Continue Reading →

Practice Statement

Simple forms and colour draw on the language of geometric abstraction to create paintings with pictorial space and depth that can be both shallow and vast, concrete and optical. The intention is to deliver an experience of emotional resonance and liveliness that is visually compelling yet seeks to be nothing other than, or more than... Continue Reading →

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