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Down End, Croyde Bay & Beach Entrance in North Devon. Ink on paper by Croyde artist and Surfer Russell Scott-Skinner.
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Croyde Surfer over looking the beach in North Devon. Drawing

Russell Scott-Skinner

United Kingdom

Drawing, Ink on Paper

Size: 34.3 W x 22 H x 0.2 D in

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Croyde Surfer over looking the beach in North Devon. Ink on paper by Croyde artist and Surfer Russell Scott-Skinner. Croyde & North Devon Coastal Art & Photography Gallery. Original paintings & ink drawings of Croyde, Saunton, Putsborough & the surrounding areas. Limited edition photographic prints, canvas images & framed imagery. Also offering commissioned fine art pieces & art for home or business.

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Drawing:Ink on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:34.3 W x 22 H x 0.2 D in

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Russell Scott-Skinner is an artist, painter and photographer located in Farningham, Kent. Following a successful solo exhibition on London's famous Embankment art critics are now labelling him as "˜One to watch in the art world!' The next Andy Warhol! His unique abstract paintings and journalistic natural style of portrait photography continue to grow from strength to strength. Descendant of the famous composer James Scott Skinner, Russell was born on an RAF base in Lincolnshire, England in 1979 and by the age of 18 had moved house 12 times across three different counties. Following school, his path misdirected from art until a moment of clarity propelled a massive "˜you turn' towards his life as an artist and the visual world. Following this return an almost self taught foundation year ensued where he knew his style would need time without influence to develop into a personal and unique visual language. He moved to South London and found work as trainee photographer to provide time and finances while he developed his style as a painter. His love of photography as a medium grew and grew. In 2006 he built and set up his own photographic studio in Sevenoaks, Kent. This provided him with the space and time to develop as an artist, painter and photographer. ARTWORK INFORMATION - Russell works in free association to create his artwork. The method is a similar to how Henry Moore sculpted. You start painting or sketching and have no pre set finished aesthetic in mind, you grow and evolve the image outwards until it reaches its conclusion. Because it evolves and unfolds in front of the artist devout of a pre conceived subject matter then the "˜subject matter' becomes the subconscious, and therefor falls into the category of Surrealism. This was a "˜style of art developed principally in the 20th century, stressing the subconscious or nonrational significance of imagery, arrived at by automatism or the exploitation of chance effects, and unexpected juxtapositions in order to include unconscious and dream elements.' "I love working in free association! You're allowed to simply set the image free to wander. You have no idea where it's going or what it will do. It's the best job in the world to see aesthetics fall out of yourself in this way.

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