In his lived-in landscapes Tom shares his fascination with all those aspects of landscape, especially Cornwall's landscape, that suggest human presence. From field patterns to ancient sites, from clusters of buildings to well worn paths, the inspiration for this collection of paintings and drawings is wide ranging. Another lived-in aspect of these paintings and drawings is that in them the artist has lingered over colour mixtures, paint layering, brush and finger marks. His hope is that this involvement with his materials has coaxed a feeling of life into these pieces, bringing a lived-in quality to them which, in it's vividness, is a feature of the hand-made image. See the full range of his work at http://www.hendersonsmith.co.uk .
My work has always been grounded in issues from living the day to day. I see the visual world as a mirror of human....
11 April 2009
Follower of Zen philosophy and fine connoissour of
Chan philosophical systems, of Tibet Buddhism and of Hinduism, Edi....
25 July 2010
I am a largely self taught artist that has had a studio in Sturt Steet Adelaide, where I have painted for more than 12 ....
11 April 2009
Hi there :) My name is Jennifer Nesbitt. I first became interested in ceramics in 2002, after watching a potter at work ....
16 April 2010
I’m living and working in Paris - France. As an artist for the past 31 years, I have researched man....
08 October 2010
I am an Indonesian artist activist, living in Australia.Visual art. Critical pedagogy theatre. Literature. Community emp....
06 January 2011
Christopher Russell (sometimes signed Xristo) has shown work in group and solo exhibitions in Australia and The Netherla....
11 August 2010
This painting process is a replica of the technology developed by the Industrial Revolution. Why the Industrial ....
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