Japan Remembered

The arists has siad 'A starting point for a painting is often an experience of place. The work and its meaning evolves in the studio through the action of distillation and translation. Process and chance are a fundamental part of the process as well as utilising the often slow, indirect and multi-layered nature of memory. The work is trying to re...member something, perhaps through the freezing of time, to reveal something new about a subject as well as attempting to capture its essence or illusory nature. "I can only note that the past is beautiful because one never realises an emotion at the time. It expands later, and thus we don't have complete emotions about the present, only about the past"...Virginia Woolf"To paint not the thing but the effect it produces"...Mallarme'

 

Japan: Prints of Memory Oil coldwax and pigment

Japan: Flower Willow World Oil coldwax and pigment

Japan: Flower Willow World Oil coldwax and pigment

Japan: Days Stirred into Night Oil coldwax and pigment

Japan: Days Stirred into Night Oil coldwax and pigment