It looked fantastic….. The gold always has a strong impact but when a painting is hung in the right place, it comes alive. I always use gold leaf in my paintings. A lot of layers are created over time and then I excavate to reveal the memories. These art works were an idea I had whilst looking at Lee Miler photo montages and the overlapping of images on a photograph in the dark room choosing the right combination takes you on a journey that would not be possible with just the face. I studied at Camberwell School of Art in London. Art is like a curse you have to do it! You are not necessarily rewarded when you do a fantastic piece of art. I have had many, many menial jobs over the years to subsidise my art, working on building sites and in factories, warehouses etc. It's amazing how one day I could be calling out bingo numbers for the prize of a bag of sugar, the next painting a bill board for a film.
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Brighton-based Barry Wilson is known for his Abstract Expressionist paintings which he fashions using a unique combination of acrylic and gold leaf on canvas, producing the charming effect of vintage photography. His landscape paintings depict bygone worlds hidden under flaking paint and new age constructions, but not quite forgotten. Barry also spent some time working as an interior designer. Barry dexterously evokes themes of evanescence and the fragility of memory by distressing the surfaces of his paintings using industrial spray guns, scouring pads and water jets, thereby echoing the peeling facades of the past and the decay of grandeur.
View from Tate Modern
If you do not see your local currency, your purchase will default to USD. I believe the delicate, fragile beauty of the gold leaf finish belies the somewhat brutal techniques I employ. I believe the result is a vibrant and edgy captured moment; contemporary and beautiful.
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