vrijdag 30 mei 2008

Blaise Drummond




Blaise Drummond's paintings, whether seen as a series or in isolation, explore the tenuous relationship between nature and culture. The artist perceives the landscape with a fresh eye that does not seek out ‘nature's bounty’, but instead focuses on what is really there, altered and revised by modern culture. Cricket grounds, picnic areas, and natural woodlands are represented as sterile areas yet are not devoid of beauty.
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marygoldman

 
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