Cuillin Bantock

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Morfa Harlech Studies - Conté drawings

Remembering Harlech Morfa - Chalk pastel on sugar paper

Space and Light - Watercolour on cold-pressed paper

The linocuts

Recollections of Barnt Green 1942-1955

Bounty: A case of preposterous optimism

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A spot on the wall

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Paintings - Acrylic on canvas

I believe that painting is essentially re-creative but at the begining of each work I have no idea how it will progress. With luck the process will resolve into an experience beyond that of the paint itself, particularly that of space and light. I try to make paintings which work in several ways simultaneously -- as a satisfying and simple arrangement of coloured marks on a flat surface, as a physical equivalent of memories and above all, as something which feels right.

(A more developed statement is given in the essay A Spot on the Wall : Self Portrait).

 The works illustrated below are acrylic on cotton duck. Click on any image to enlarge:



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