Twenty Four Hours
Oil on Canvas
2013
105 x 140 cm
 
In this series of three paintings I am individually exploring the three genres of landscapes I am involved with, the city, the natural and the metaphysical. The sole aim for this series was to not only continue the exploration of techniques that enable the deconstruction of imagery through a process of fragmentation and manipulation, but essentially to experiment using these processes on any genre of image in order to help me to push the deconstruction techniques further. Although these paintings derive from completely different sources I find that I can still make connections between them. The important factor within Twenty Four Hours was the iconic nature of the source material, if the deconstruction is successful then origin and connotation of this, at least at first, would be masked be the alternate view created within the surface of the canvas.

Twenty Four Hours

Oil on Canvas

2013

105 x 140 cm

 

In this series of three paintings I am individually exploring the three genres of landscapes I am involved with, the city, the natural and the metaphysical. The sole aim for this series was to not only continue the exploration of techniques that enable the deconstruction of imagery through a process of fragmentation and manipulation, but essentially to experiment using these processes on any genre of image in order to help me to push the deconstruction techniques further. Although these paintings derive from completely different sources I find that I can still make connections between them. The important factor within Twenty Four Hours was the iconic nature of the source material, if the deconstruction is successful then origin and connotation of this, at least at first, would be masked be the alternate view created within the surface of the canvas.

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