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Chameleon

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Vince Smith

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2021

Acrylic on wood

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Dimensions: 27cm (H) x 114cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 10.6" (H) x 44.9" (W) x 0.8" (D)

Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.

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This piece is embedded in the post-graffiti tradition. It has a modern urban feel with dynamics of movement found in street-art. I'm fascinated how close abstract art and post-graffiti is coming. In this sculpture I've used line and shape of traditional graffiti but I've also altered the plane. So now we have a really three dimensional piece of street art.

On conclusion of the work I managed to hang on also to this idea that I had been making a sort of lizard like sculpture, as it turned out...a Chameleon.

The piece works equally well in vertical or horizontal orientation and I've installed key slots on the back for either way.

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Artist Profile

Born: 1970

Hometown: London

Based in: Bath

Vince is a London born, Bath city based artist who's work offers an alternative to the conventional plane and shape of framed paintings by bringing his sculptural wall art to attention the viewer.

He creates artworks that focus on the interaction of colours, shape and depth. The composition and palette choices are influenced heavily by his teenage years spent as a graffiti artist. The evolution of this, post-graffiti genre, is evident in his work by the way he carefully composes sculptures of spacial balance making use of geometric and abstract forms.

Vince's skillset is based in fine woodworking that has been passed down through generations of Bauhaus orientated artisans in his family. The discovery of artists such as Paul Klee, Joan Miro and Wassily Kandinsky urged him to introduce colour to his sculptures.
His artworks can be found in both private and corporate collections worldwide.
The Bath Times have run features on his work over a number of publications.
His pieces are constructed from premium birch ply. They are brush painted in artists quality acrylic paint.


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