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Submersion in The Subconscious

Sale price$1,099.00
$1,099.00 or $109.90 over 10 months with Art Money or Own Art (UK Residents only)

Submersion in The Subconscious by Danny O'Connor, 2023
Acrylic, Spray Paint, Paint Marker, Graphite and Enamel on Canvas
30 x 30 cm (unframed size)
Signed in verso
Framed
Part of the ADVENT group exhibition at JG Contemporary

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Danny O'Connor - Submersion in The Subconscious by Danny O'Connor - JG Contemporary

Submersion in The Subconscious

JG Contemporary

Pickup available, usually ready in 2-4 days

45 Churchfield Road
London W3 6AY
United Kingdom

+447525143009
Danny O'Connor - Submersion in The Subconscious by Danny O'Connor - JG Contemporary
Submersion in The Subconscious Sale price$1,099.00

Danny O'Connor

“Sample’s work is a fine example of that rare thing, a collection of unapologetic figurative works, which do not rely on irony or nostalgia to create a strong image”
– ArtDaily.com
Robert Sample’s work gives reference to the ongoing struggle the artist has in creating the original image. Sometimes shunting techniques and approaches that are familiar to opt for experimentation, only to exalt these experiments and strip the idea back to its origin and raw form.
Sample explores humanity and its extremes, he focuses our attention on that which is often overlooked and invites the viewer to look deeper into the absurdities and beauty of human nature. Sample paints flesh, fat, skin, bone, and muscle. Less concerned with realism and more with emotional affect, his work blurs the line between the external reality and the inner psychological landscape of the subject.
To quote ‘Art of England’ magazine in an article written about the artist: “Sample uses many traditional and contemporary methods, creating a world that has strong visual references to earlier masters and styles, yet is firmly rooted in the present”.