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Set Adrift on Memory Bliss Print

Adam R Grose MA RWAAN

United Kingdom

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This painting explores the use of material from the landscape whilst listening the jazz, exploring its composition, poetics and aesthetic. During the course of its making the image seems to have been influenced by thoughts coming thorugh concerning either Brexit or Westeros from Game of Thrones, as the image appeared to take on the form of the UK, albeit a little warped and looking more like Westeros. It has become a typographical map, like those from the ancient world. [Also made the cropped version available as a larger print on fine art paper and/ or canvas]

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Print:Giclee on Canvas

Size:12 W x 16 H x 1.25 D in

Size with Frame:13.75 W x 17.75 H x 1.25 D in

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My work currently explores fragility through layering and entropy. It responds to history, memory, the landscape and the human condition. These semi-abstract glimpses are drawn from observation when travelling, gathering images through sketching, photography and my memory. Paintings are layered over time as expressive moments of colour, line, print, masking, text, scrawled marks and memory. These form multi-layered paintings that are sanded back, revealing sections from the previous layers, now interacting with one another as a memorialised glimpsed journey. These journeys are inspired by research I’ve pursued from 2013-16. When attending residencies in Cyprus and Spain, I began re-exploring my relationship with the landscape; local and national histories; mythology; geology; pigments; various visiting cultures, their religions, and entropy. These ideas eventually lead to an interest in the effects of imperialism (2017), slavery (2018), lost generations (2019), the suffragette and civil rights movements (2020—21), other obscured histories and the culturally ignored (2022-present). Many aspects of these intersect and juxtapose with one another within my work, expressing memorial observations of history and landscape. These seek to enable an opportunity to investigate and explore previously obscured histories, through this form of landscape painting. ​ *********************** Adam has travelled around the world delivering workshops and attending residencies in India, Mexico, Spain and Cyprus. His work exists in many collections around the world including Taiwan, Australia, USA, UK, France, Monaco, Italy, Czech Republic, Germany and includes commissioned work for the Malaca Instituto in Malaga and The World Reimagined with the globe titled 'Legacy: Echoes in the Present'. Grose runs a variety of workshops based on painting and printmaking, grounded in drawing skills and observation. He is a committee member of Go Create, an Artist Network member of the Royal West of England Academy in Bristol and a member of Axisweb.

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