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Tim Fowler - Lost Then Found

Sale price€2.598,95
€2.598,95 or €259,89 over 10 months with Art Money or Own Art (UK Residents)

Lost Then Found by Tim Fowler
Original painting on stretched canvas, 2022
Signed by the artist
Acrylic, oil, spray paint, graphite and pastel on canvas
Framed 80 cm x 65 cm
Step into another world with Tim Fowler's original painting, Lost Then Found. Featuring subtle brushstrokes and vivid colours, the painting brings the viewer into a dreamscape of the surreal. Let the artwork's dynamic beauty capture your imagination and open a window to a new reality.

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Tim Fowler - Lost Then Found - JG Contemporary

Tim Fowler - Lost Then Found

JG Contemporary

Pickup available, usually ready in 24 hours

45 Churchfield Road
London W3 6AY
United Kingdom

Tim Fowler - Lost Then Found - JG Contemporary
Tim Fowler - Lost Then Found Sale price€2.598,95

About Tim Fowler

Tim’s main concern within his work is exploring the colour field. Although vivid Tim’s works are invariably balanced, using a signature colour palette of extremely bright and intense hues makes his work distinctly recognisable.
His explorations in tone and texture are mainly depicted through portraiture and architectural paintings. He uses a variety of mediums within his work combining oil, acrylic, spray, enamel and graffiti inks. Tim subverts traditional and contemporary methods of applying these mediums using brushes, different aperture caps and marker paint mops to orchestrate purposeful marks, strokes, drips, scrapes and smears across the canvas whilst constructing his exciting and dynamic artworks.
Although working with figurative and architectural themes, the subject matter within his work becomes almost inconsequential. Using found and made images as a starting point. Tim builds layers of pigment, adding abstract fragments as well as bold marks, broken lines and liberal strokes to create contours and features, be they of building facades, silver screen legends or his more intimate family scenes. Doing this captures something more interesting than a literal representation. This visceral connection to colour is palpably intuitive to Tim, using it as an expression of internal contemplations.
Over the many years of Tim’s career, this organic relationship with paint and colour has developed and shines through, as he experiments with opacity, texture combinations, finishes and light. The deconstruction of his subject is rebuilt in a cacophony of colour turning recognisable features into their base elements to highlight unseen splendour. Pink plays a central role within his palette using shades forcefully Tim steers away from traditional portraiture dogma on representation and likeness. Capturing a more delicate essence of the chaotic nature of the human experience.