100 x 80 cm | 37 x 29 in
Original painting in acrylic spraypaint and markers on FT newspaper marouflé on deep-edged canvas.
"Part of a series illustrating the City and its financial, economic mechanisms in a "contemporary-impressionist" style, but in the artist's trademark trend, without recours to paintbrushes. This piece was executed around the time of the Westminster Bridge attack in march 2017. In memoriam."
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Currently based in France, Wayne Sleeth is a painter of personal discovery, composing a work to his own evolving rhythm. Perceiving the act of painting a complex composition of hidden memory. Sleeth chooses to form open-ended ‘scapes’, whereby memories are shaped as inviting sensations. Landscapes and skylines become abstract forms, while emotive representations gain tangible presence.