Pour Paintings

By pouring and manipulating paint on tilting structures, a dialogue between art and science is created as the paint ebbs and flows in a single linear stroke under the force of gravity. Through this method of painting, the artist is removed from the gesture and emotion of painting, highlighting instead the complexity of colour and the intricacies in the materials. 

BATTERSEA RAILINGS, 2018
Acrylic on canvas
100cm x 100cm x 4cm

 
THE BLOOM BALCONIES, 2019  Acrylic on canvas 120cm x 80cm x 3cm

THE BLOOM BALCONIES, 2019
Acrylic on canvas
120cm x 80cm x 3cm

Detail of The Bloom Balconies, 2019
Bloom Balconies Detail

SUDOKU NO. 1, 2018
Household paint on canvas
90cm x 90cm x 1cm

WATER LILIES, 2019  Acrylic on canvas 130cm x 90cm x 3cm

WATER LILIES, 2019
Acrylic on canvas
130cm x 90cm x 3cm

NINE BY NINE, 2019  Acrylic on canvas 90cm x 90cm x 1cm

NINE BY NINE, 2019
Acrylic on canvas
90cm x 90cm x 1cm

Water Lilies detail
Drip detail from Water Lilies

COLOUR RUN, 2018
Acrylic on canvas
100cm x 100cm x 4cm

REGATTA, 2019  Acrylic on canvas 60cm x 60cm

REGATTA, 2019
Acrylic on canvas
60cm x 60cm

KEW GARDENS, 2018
Acrylic on canvas
40cm x 40cm x 4cm

AUTUMN LEAVES
Acrylic on canvas
50cm x 50cm x 4cm

FALLEN LEAVES, 2018
Acrylic on canvas
50cm x 50cm x 4cm

MONTE CARLO, 2017
Acrylic on canvas
100cm x 100cm x 1cm

THE STARTING LINE, 2018
Acrylic on canvas
130cm x 90cm

 

JARDIN DES PLANTES MONTPELLIER, 2017
Acrylic on canvas
150cm x 110cm x 4cm

 

EUCLID’S RAILINGS, 2017
Household paint on canvas
150cm x 110cm x 4cm

5x5, 2016
Household paint on canvas
210cm x 70cm x 4cm