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This beautiful Horstmann timepiece was the old electrical meter in my house. The stegasaurus was purchased from the Ulster Museum in Belfast in 1984. They met for the first time 6 months ago.
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The End of Time
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The End of Time Sculpture

Ross Cunningham

United Kingdom

Sculpture, Glass on Glass

Size: 5 W x 11 H x 6 D in

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This beautiful Horstmann timepiece was the old electrical meter in my house. The stegasaurus was purchased from the Ulster Museum in Belfast in 1984. They met for the first time 6 months ago.

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Sculpture:Glass on Glass

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:5 W x 11 H x 6 D in

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Ross Cunningham has worked in the creative industry for over twenty years. He studied architecture at Nottingham University from 1994-2000 and subsequently worked in commercial graphic design, establishing a London-based design agency in 2009. Ross has worked globally across a range of sectors, with a primary role as creative director for various brand identity programmes. In his painting work, there is a natural emphasis on bold graphic elements and architectural form. Pre-production is often carried out digitally, using skills developed in commercial design practice. In tension with this is a desire to remove any digital constraints in the final production, creating a more naive and instinctive expression with scratches, imperfections, accidents and corrections that are not native to the computer screen. Growing up on the coast in Northern Ireland, subject matter is often drawn directly from the sea. Common to much of the work is a sense of escapism, be it through nostalgic references or an exploration of faith-related narratives. Specific artist influences cited are Richard Diebenkorn, Raimonds Staprans and Milton Avery. Of particular interest is the balance between figurative and abstract modes of representation. Diebenkorn’s Ocean Park series is a high point of reference, where an expressive painterly style is complemented with an overall sense of architectural order and graphic simplicity.

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