This is a finely executed homage to Otto Dix, who painted himself as a prisoner of war. My adaptation re-contextualises the work as an outsider’s perspective on the wars of the early twentieth century, while retaining his line and colour.
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I’m a trained technical illustrator and painter, devoted to the study of art, and have produced hundreds of pieces over twenty years.
I create unique, arresting, and often challenging images that compel with form and colour. My core subjects centre on man and his relationship with the universe, through the depiction of life’s minutia.
I largely work with canvas, brush, and acrylic, but will use whatever is necessary: oil, resin, dirt, hair, and even dead flies.
I am inspired by all art history, most notably impressionism and surrealism, but am also very interested in contemporary painting, producing a large body of abstract expressionist work.