“In my painting various seaside spaces have formed the basis of investigations into ideas to do with memory, imagination and the way one might reconstruct our experience through remembered fragments. The paintings have appropriated imagery from travels in Wales, France and Italy relating to art historical sources, as well as particular motifs found on location.
Individual pictures are generally made as part of a series and repetition within the imagery suggests sequential and narrative links, with some images re-appearing from one picture to another like leitmotifs or fragments from a short story. There is a deliberate tension in the work between depicted memory and abstract concerns of scale, material and the nature of painting as a physical object.”
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