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Like theatrical flats they build. When a piece is working successfully, a visual rhythm develops between the elements in the work. My paintings are a process of exploration. You need Flash to use this feature.
Penketh Paints | Warrington Guardian
Various brushes or rubbings with a piece of rag into previous layers, rubs paint off to expose what penkehh underneath. Traces are left by assorted mark makers; lines are straight, curved or gestural, surfaces are wiped, dripped and spattered, all adding to an eventual sense of accumulation and the essence of time.
I work with layers of thick and thin colour, washed or stumbled over layers of paint and inks. Each layer I paint on a canvas becomes the history of its surface. Abstract imagery allows me to create a personal language and communicate something unique to each viewer. This idea of depth in an abstract painting serves as an opportunity for the viewer to connect with my painting on a familiar level.
HERE WeGo – Maps – Routes – Directions – All ways from A to B in one
I apply colour, scale, shapes and texture, to create a multi-layered composition that offers the viewer numerous visual encounters. Memories and previous experiences become fused with new questions that arise during the process. I strive to find a pleasing balance between intuitive spontaneity and conscious composition. They are created with great energy and discipline and I present the viewer with the chance to explore my images.
There are no messages or hidden agendas, other than to reveal the discoveries made during my investigations and experiences within architectural spaces and structures. I begin with these drawings in my studio but I am quickly directed by the work, answering the compositional and expressive needs and discovering solutions which brings me back to observing, experiencing, interpreting, storing and reflecting upon my discoveries.
I draw experimentally in sketchbooks in interesting spaces within places where I observe the transient moments of changing light and shadow on hidden often unnoticed spaces within buildings. My work is an interplay between my experience of contemporary life and the painting process itself, it involves trying to challenge myself while being open to the unexpected.
Penketh Paints & Wall Coverings
I make reference to colour and pints encountered in my travels but not as images and not literally. At other times, a thick impasto hides the past, yet it is there beneath the surface. These layers accumulate and influence, yet not always overtly. My abstract paintings are experiential and aim to open up new ways in which we consume our surroundings.