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It seems that an almost constant theme for my thinking these days is the destructive power of divisions, in that how despite the need for further unity and the seeking of commonality between us, we instead seem increasing determined to create division with an almost deliberate disregard for the other. We have become obsessed with creating smaller tribes, more divisions, more of us versus them, greater and greater amounts if you are not us you are the enemy.
I have made know my thoughts on such before, and with certain news stories seemingly reinforcing this on an almost daily basis I was asked how I’d represent that as an artist. I have previously done a piece called “Wounds of Division” which was a very abstract piece, but I felt I could visit these themes again and so I thought I’d give a go at something different and yet similar.
Time-lapse Video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oc2hHTGSeyo
For me art is a way of expressing inner thoughts, questions, and doubts, and also of trying to, in some way, describe those things we cannot quite put into words. It allows me to explore difficult issues, problems, but also joys and loves, it frees me to express myself in a way that allows others to perhaps examine a part of themselves and look deeper within.
I have been drawing since I could hold a pencil, and I haven’t really stopped. I got into digital art during my time at university (where I studied computer science rather than art) ...
This is a gallery-quality giclée art print on 100% cotton rag archival paper, printed with archival inks. Each art print is listed by sheet size. Our 4 inch prints feature a minimum half-inch margin while larger sizes feature a minimum one-inch margin.