In a spirit that very much reminds me of Japanese Ink Painting Sumi-E, Adam Doyle uses long swift brushstrokes to create bold and beautiful pieces of art. His paintings feel very effortless, but each takes a considerable amount of time to find the right stroke.
“Each painting takes a bit of working and reworking to arrive at the place where every brush stroke fits into a fluidly flowing whole. It’s important to me to find a balance between an elegance of form that holds both visible marks of paint and a representation of ‘energy within.”
Posted by Catherine on October 23rd, 2012 at 6:20 PM | Comments (0)