A splatter of blue ink drips across a shimmering silver surface. From the back the gallery it looks like a painterly abstraction…
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Starting from the first picture in the top left-hand side and continuing from left to right across the rows you can see how the picture developed. The first step was to use charcoal to fill the paper with a variety of marks and gestures.
“I’m interested in the relationship between the abstract and the figurative. The challenge is to the viewer. I aim to challenge their perspective of reality and see how far my work will take them.” – Willian Santos in discussion with featherblend.