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Queensboro Bridge (Underpass) Painting

Tom Voyce

United Kingdom

Painting, Oil on Canvas

Size: 27.6 W x 39.4 H x 2 D in

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About The Artwork

This artwork is part of a series of works made from sketches taken in New York in the summer of 2022. In particular, I made many studies around the Queensboro Bridge, Rooseveldt Island and the North East Side. I was attracted to the bridge because it not only contained visually many interesting elements that I look for in a composition such as perspective, shade, light, contrast- and a general balance between urban and rural- it also featured in many works of one of my favorite artists, Edward Hopper. His study of ‘Queensboro Bridge’ from 1913 was only realised by me when I started to sketch it. Ben Aronson’s work- especially ‘Underpass’ plays an important link to this study too. This is the largest artwork in the series I did around this area- and being larger it was more practical to work on canvas as opposed to board.

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Painting:Oil on Canvas

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Size:27.6 W x 39.4 H x 2 D in

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Tom Voyce (b. 1989) is an established UK painter with international exposure. His subject matter comprises of a variety of different themes such as airports, railway stations, roads and bridges and other places of transit. Voyce’s compositions consistently demonstrate an interest in the formal elements of composition: structure, perspective, shape and light. His paintings are accounts of fleeting moments within a landscape; the fall of light on a building, or the shadows cast by a motorway flyover. The strength in these pieces lies not in their faithful depiction of a landscape, but in their suggestion of a sense of place, of being present within a particular space at a particular moment. Artists such as Edward Hopper and Richard Diebenkorn have been immensely influential in his development, as have more contemporary artists- American painter Ben Aronson amongst others. Hopper's proverb, "if you can say it in words, then there's no reason to paint it", forms a principal part of my attitude towards the uniquely communicative purpose of art. His latest body of work entitled 'In Transit' is influenced by travel and place, exploring the landscapes and cityscapes of Canada, the United States, Fiji and New Zealand.

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