Oil on canvas, signed, excellent condition and framed​

“Sometimes the impulse to paint is clearly defined and recognisable. It has form and colour, but may only be a very small thing – perhaps a relationship between two, seemingly insignificant, elements, which create a certain tension by their juxtaposition.​

Sometimes the impulse is to make a creative response to those small internal voices which cry out for expression from time to time. Sometimes it’s that ‘still small voice’ that carries a yearning. Sometimes it’s a cry from the depths of my being that can’t be ignored because of its sheer force of authority. Even if they are barely discernible sounds, they can be the impulse to making the first marks, or, frequently, the ultimate marks of a painting.”

Framed 26" x 26". Image 24" x 24"

About The Gallery

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