Acid Trip (aka Bobbins Power)

Denis TaylorAngelholm, EkerodSweden

United Kingdom1986Oil on masonite board

60 x 120 cm • Framed: 100 x 160 cm

Coal Genrating Power Station (Agecroft Salford UK). The station was decommisioned and demolished 1994. This is a one off painting of an historic record of the Acid Rain production in Europe.

WOOCS 2.1.9

$ 6,636

1 in stock

Denis has a style that eludes being characterised as one school or another and is instead distinctly original, rather than being influenced by the work of past masters or his peers, Denis allows his visual intelligence to inform his work. However, it is his mastery of an experienced artists hand and his composition that allow him the total freedom of an authentic visual expression.

The artist (and writer) is a much exhibited and commissioned [from 1989] Denis is an artists artist - one who supports and promotes a unique 21st century approach to painting. He celebrates the traditions and achievements of past artistic masters, but first and foremost supports contemporary artists aspiring to reach new heights of self-expression.

He has written about art and artists for high street gallery catalogues, the International Art Market Magazine and  painters Tubes magazine for a number of years. He conceived, wrote and produced videos for BBC North West about the future  development of Art [2006]. He has delivered openings talks and speeches for art events at museum and public institutions in both the UK and Sweden.

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