Pat Wright

If I could say it in words there would be no reason to paint’ is a sentiment variously expressed by many artists. Finding ways to express an emotion or a reaction to an event or a topic is endlessly fascinating and at the heart of why I paint. By working around a theme, I discover and develop ways to use paint and my work often emerges from random experiments with colour and mark making. Antony Gormley’s vast installation ‘Another Place’ now located near my childhood home at Crosby beach on Merseyside is the subject of some of my recent work.

 

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