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I have developed my approach to landscape painting over the past twenty years using multiple layers of oil paint, thickener sand glazes. I feel my love of colour and passion for creating work that is as audacious as the elements themselves produces a personal style that I hope echoes the vibrancy of nature.
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I have always held a passion for Art Practice although my previous career has been within the Horticultural industry and plant science research. I previously gained qualifications for Horticulture, Applied Biology (Plant Sciences). Since 1998 I have increased my education in art as a change in direction. My specific interests are three dimensional work with kinetic elements, painting, printing, sound art and video. My work aims to show my fascination with living organisms, a constant cycle of new life and degeneration. I consider organic function to be similar to that of a machine and the cycle of time.
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eel's art is mischievous and fun. His can-cam is a perfect example of this, turning the very tool of making art into art itself. His art doesn’t set out to express a profound message, indeed quite the opposite, he hopes his work will suggest the viewer look at everyday objects, situations and the world around them from a different perspective and raise an ironic smile. Eel says, 'I constantly hear the questions, ‘But is it art?’ or ‘What are you trying to say?’ I believe it's not a question for an artist to answer; it’s a question for the person viewing the art, not the creator. An artist may produce a piece with a distinct message, but someone may interpret that message completely differently. This for me is successful art. I don’t force the viewer towards a predetermined conclusion. I hope and encourage them to find their own meaning in my art.'
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