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Bayside, 2020

By Alec Cumming
These new Posca pen works like Sundance, Bayside and palm beach, relate to new horizons discovered in the last few years. Exploring Sri Lanka, and California coastlines, and Cyprus. there...
These new Posca pen works like Sundance, Bayside and palm beach, relate to new horizons discovered in the last few years. Exploring Sri Lanka, and California coastlines, and Cyprus. there is a growing obsession in my work to swimming pools and the ocean. Coupled with my continuing love affair with the light that i have discovered in these places, that saturation of colour and sharpness of the Light forces the eye into focus. It's not trying to represent that place more about to capture the sensation of that moment.
 They are place based but i don’t see them as landscapes. more narrative filled than that, inviting the viewer to explore the works and make their own discoveries. hinted at from semi recognisable forms, drinks, plant life, architecture. I want people to take these forms and relate them to their own experiences or desires for different places.
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Alec Cumming

Alec is an artist who works internationally having spent several years working in India. He now spends time considering his influences in different locations such as California and Sri Lanka.

His practice, oil on canvas, is traditional in medium but the images that jump in and around the canvas are vibrant and playful. Within his work he continues to explore the idea of fleeting moments. Currently settled back to the UK, He finds himself considering the visual stimulus discovered in his three years spent in India, and travelling since then, and how these staggeringly different locations play out on canvas with his current settled space in Norfolk.

Questions such as how this imagery translates into a ‘pan global’ vocabulary become interesting. Creating a dialogue of mixing a western/eastern influence and the back and forth nature of the discussion happen on the surface of the canvas; moments, that may or may not have existed.

Within his own abstracted painting style there are shapes and forms that lead to suggestions of ‘things’. The ideas of semi-recognisable forms can suggest a narrative. Forms appear through drawings, thoughts, ideas and experiences. The paintings may suggest spaces he knows, fabrics, places, an interesting space between buildings seen whilst walking in the street, a moment glimpsed whilst laying poolside, or even a collection of observed objects, tyres stacked on the road or a table laden with drinks and paraphernalia.

Many of these important elements are enhanced by a desire to explore the way light in these places enhances the compositions he allows himself to glimpse, bright harsh light that makes colours pop and resonate, a shimmering haze feeling. He wants his paintings to have the same resonation. This of kind Abstraction allows him the pleasure of observing the world and translating it into a visual dialogue.