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My Flower In Your Barrel Hasn't Stopped The Slaughter Yet

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My Flower In Your Barrel Hasn't Stopped The Slaughter Yet Painting

Martin Clarkson

United Kingdom

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 48 W x 39.4 H x 1.6 D in

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“ I couldn't say that art will solve everything; it won't solve anything. But there has to be a kind of amalgamation of everybody all looking in the same direction. First, you have to convince people that climate change is happening, second, what we can do about it and, finally, how long have we got? ” Max Eastley Clarksons recent paintings intertwine the natural world with the nature of paint. These paintings offer the viewer a chance to immerse themselves into an unfamiliar place of wonder and fascination, whilst presenting a moment to pause and be inspired by the reality of our beautiful yet fragile 'One Planet' . Beneath the painted aesthetics, Clarksons practice echo's a sombre tone towards the shifting states of our planet, and how the cost of human intervention is impacting the natural balance of each ecosystem and the flora and fauna within it. This recent painting is a development from an earlier work back in 2016, using a reoccuring motif in the form of a huge overpowering sun. This acts as a centre stage and despite it being something that should be set into the background, it instead draws forward and absorbs its surroundings demanding your attention. Subtle shifts of blue, purple and red glazes give a luminous yet delicate finish to the mids and dark tones, whilst off setting the vibrancy of the yellow highlights.

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

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Size:48 W x 39.4 H x 1.6 D in

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Martin Clarkson is an early career visual artist based in Nottingham, he is currently working amongst a community of creatives at 'Fishergate Point Studios'. Clarkson graduated from Loughborough University in 2012, since then he has participated in exhibitions extensively across the United Kingdom, alongside collaborating in overseas residencies and international exhibitions. Clarksons recent paintings intertwine the natural world with the nature of paint. These paintings offer the viewer a chance to immerse themselves into an unfamiliar place of wonder and fascination, whilst presenting a moment to pause and be inspired by the reality of our beautiful yet fragile 'One Planet' . Beneath the painted aesthetics, Clarksons' practice echo's a somber tone towards the shifting states of our planet, and how the cost of human intervention is impacting the natural balance of each ecosystem and the flora and fauna within it.

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