by Andy Wicks
Painting - 56.0cm x 76.0cm
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The Insider Edward Cutler says:
""Andy's skill lies in his ability to select elements, forms and colour palettes which set his 'industrial abstract' work apart. He is a talented artist, I look forward to seeing his work develop.""
Bill is inspired by a newspaper image of a Policeman taken from 2009 G20 Riots in London, his seemingly bloody face is re-imagined in the style of an old masters oval portrait.
Andy Wicks’ oil paintings and editions document the overlooked, constructed landscapes of man made structures that are now eroding from memory. Scouring London for the now decrepit architecture, Wicks captures the beauty to be found in these forgotten features in rich, bold paintings. Working from his own sourced photography, the artist creates powerful compositions, depicting his found buildings standing alone, towering up from abstracted backgrounds. Andy Wicks is currently doing a year long artist residency at the Florence Trust Studios in London.
Product DetailsTypeOriginal ArtMediumPaintingStyleAbstractSubjectPortraits + PeopleYear2009Size56.0cm x 76.0cmReady to hangYesSignedYesMaterialsOil on Canvas over aluminum panel
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