Practice Statement

My Practice uses the language of geometric abstraction, simple forms and colour that presents painting as both material and physical object, and that also operates optically to create perceived depth and space. My research focuses on how painted forms, raw canvas, and light work together to create the illusion of shallow depths and perceived space... Continue Reading →

Beyond Standard Issue Abstraction: Simon Morris. A deeper analysis.

I have been an admirer of the artist Simon Morris for a few years now so it seemed to be natural to review an essay by David Cross that accompanied a catalogue for an exhibition and project carried out in 1997. As a painter of geometric abstraction I can identify with the tone of the... Continue Reading →

Literature Review – Part Three

Kazimir Malevich,There is movement and movement. There are movements of small tension and movements of great tension and there is also a movement which our eyes cannot catch although it can be felt. In art this state is called dynamic movement.

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