This artwork was last updated 186 days ago.
Oil Paint, Oil stick, acrylic, emulsion on paper
Dimensions: 28cm (H) x 26cm (W) x 1cm (D) / 11" (H) x 10.2" (W) x 0.4" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
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A reconfiguration of found imagery from vintage magazines, overlaid and spliced with instantaneous brush work. A duality between saturated, commercialised, impossibly crisp, semi-fabricated polished magazine adverts and photography; and the poeticism of immediate off-the-cuff, brush strokes at various pressures creating the illusion of fluidity and wetness on the surface. Dystopic in imagery, and evoking depth through colour and tone, both on subconscious & selective/considered levels. Part of an ongoing exploration through found image, materiality, surface, and colour.
Based in: London
There is a duality in Ashley Loxton’s practice, between ambiguity and appropriation. He uses abstraction to produce both considered and experimental paintings. He contrasts material from books and billboards, with the fluidity of paint; orchestrating a playful imbalance between image and manipulation, mediation and discourse, and nostalgia.
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