Gallery 1, Large-scale landscapes on paper

…The interventions represent psychological phenomena – hallucinations, daydreams  – or maybe just ignorance towards conventions….

One of the recurring aspects in my work is based around a preoccupation with a balancing of certain realisations and contradictions. For instance, It is for many people, a joyous or relaxing feeling, standing in a forest glade – peaceful and full of natural life all around you – removed from the industry and the bureaucratic, mundane, tedious aspects of part of modern life. However, ‘wilderness’ can be harsh, unpleasant, brutal and miserable, as well at times.

'Off The Tracks' (2015) 175cm x 150cm watercolour and oil on paper PRICE £1,800

‘Off The Tracks’ (2015) 175cm x 150cm watercolour and oil on paper
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Topographic Probability 1. Oil on canvas.

Topographic Probability 1.
Oil on canvas.

 

 

 

Topographic Probability 2. Oil on canvas

Topographic Probability 2.
Oil on canvas

 

 

 

'Gate' (2014) 186cm x 150cm watercolour and oil on paper PRICE ON APPLICATION

‘Gate’ (2014) 186cm x 150cm watercolour and oil on paper
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This series of paintings was developed, or at least begun, within a studio space in the world’s first passenger railway station, overlooking the tracks at Edge Hill in Liverpool.

Sacred Landfill - Forest, Belgian Border, Watercolour, and oils on Liscio hot press paper. 185cm by 150cm. 2016. PRICE ON APPLICATION

Sacred Landfill – Forest, Belgian Border,
Watercolour, and oils on Liscio hot press paper. 185cm by 150cm. 2016.
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Embankment, Watercolour, oils, household gloss and spray paint on Liscio hot press paper. 2015. PRICE ON APPLICATION

Embankment,
Watercolour, oils, household gloss and spray paint on Liscio hot press paper. 2015.
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One thought

  1. Theotime Milvoy

    October 7, 2016

    HI Rob,

    That is great work mate!
    I like it very much, espcially Embankment, Off the trck and Gate!
    the wheel of fortune turns incessantly.
    Was great meeting you yesterday.

    Cheers,

    Theotime

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