The Consignment series developed from an initial theme of escapology into a meditation on social environment. A figure physically enclosed within the confines of a frame suggests both cell & refuge of hiding place. Here it's employed as a visual metaphor for the individual as an object. A sense of anonymity is integral to the ambience of this series; lighting was arranged to cast shadows obscuring individuality. An already anonymous figure is reduced to a mere human commodity through the use of a wholly dispassionate titling system whereby a painting becomes a "unit" & any units of a particular size become a "batch". The whole total of units produced becomes the "Consignment". A rare timeless piece of profound political commentary. The paintings are square in format and have been designed to hang any way up. Unframed deep stretcher painted edges.

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White Court Art Gallery is an online art gallery specializing in art created by modern and contemporary British artists. We
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