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  • The Occasional but Continual Realisation of the End Study 43, J.M Doubleday - CultureLabel
  • The Occasional but Continual Realisation of the End Study 43, J.M Doubleday - CultureLabel
  • The Occasional but Continual Realisation of the End Study 43, J.M Doubleday - CultureLabel
The Occasional but Continual Realisation of the End Study 43, J.M Doubleday - CultureLabel
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Jon Doubleday

The Occasional but Continual Realisation of the End Study 43

J.M Doubleday

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The Occasional but Continual Realisation of the End Study 43

94cm x 120cm x 5cm Ink on Canvas 

 

About the Artist:

 

J.M Doubleday was born in Devon, England and works across the disciplines of painting and photography. He is an internationally exhibited artist. Last year he produced a short documentary that went on to win an International Bafta affiliated film award. Doubleday’s practice fits into the realms of conceptual art, reflecting emotion to colour, pattern and aspects of the human spirit. His work is inspired by a fusion of cultural observations collected throughout his travels, juxtaposed with his roots living in the country. He currently resides in London where he has worked with high profile artists including Damien Hirst, Peter Blake and Idris Khan, but now focuses more on solo projects. 

Doubleday’s abstract paintings deal with the theme of mortality and the relationship we have with it. In his latest series the use of squares exist to represent the confines within the space we live in, they are often marauding and sometimes chaotic. The cathartic application of endless squares allows for a very dense surface construction with the layers and repetition, building into a rich sense of colour and shape. At times they are light and vibrant and then dark and brooding to reflect the different states of mind when dealing with the end.
 

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