Noughts and Crosses Painting by Duncan McKay

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Noughts and Crosses

Duncan McKay


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Answers to your questions about the paintings: What/who inspired the work? The objects themselves inspired the work. Also, Wayne Thiebaud's work has been an important springing off point. What do you hope the viewers will feel/think? I think that the works are fun, nostalgic, and representations of objects that are themselves interesting representations. I simply hope the paintings are enjoyed on some level. Why did you choose the medium subject matter style? As these works are the first paintings I've made in a long time, it was my intention to start with the basics - observation. These paintings come after a series of smaller drawings of the same objects in coloured pencil. My approach was to observe objects that were materially and conceptually interesting to me - rather than try to justify the works intellectually before I had made them. As the objects themselves are glossy, enamelled tin, the use of water-based high-gloss enamels seemed an appropriate material to start with.

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Duncan McKay is an artist, arts writer, arts and cultural researcher, and arts administrator, working in Perth since the late 1990s. His creative work usually evolves in series focused on familiar places, and explores the intersection between image-making and object-making. He has a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons.) from The University of Western Australia, a Master of Creative Arts from Curtin University, and a Doctorate in the sociology of art from Edith Cowan University. He has been a practising and exhibiting artist, and is the published author of academic papers drawing on his original sociological research on the working lives of artists in Western Australia. As well as enjoying creative practice, his interests include recent and contemporary Western Australian art and artists, and investigating the notion of value in relation to arts and culture.

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