About: Kane Cunningham
Inspired by a visit to see Andy Goldsworthy and to discuss his new sculptures this painting is the second in the series that explores early cubist ideas and the work of Paul Cezanne who painted what he knew about his subject coupled with what he could see. Kane said, ‘Whenever I paint in a new landscape I always fly over the landscape using google earth, to identify key features, landmarks and paths. This knowledge adds to my understanding of the landscape and how I may interpret this information. After wandering over the moors on foot I synthesize this knowledge in a painting, to try and make sense of all that I know and have experienced. I also use Michael Harding oil paints, so know that the thick impasto brush marks will add a material physicality to the work. This adds another level of complexity and interest to the completed painting and which suggests through mark making and expression animal tracks, paths and natural geological features’.
Media: Oil on Canvas
Size: 120 cm x 149 cm
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