Crooked columns

St Giles, Bloomsbury (2019), acrylic and graphite on A2 paper

This series marked a new departure for me, away from figure and landscape to something more urban. In summer 2019 I was frequently in the centre of London, and walking around kept coming across old churches and other buildings 'approaching' me from weird angles. I took a number of photos which became the basis of these paintings, exploring warped perspectives and a sense of instability. The final piece in the series suggests some kind of resolution.

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