David Darcy | UK

Mixed Media

Neo-Urban Expressionism

70.9"H X 106.3"W X 0.45"D


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    Art Description: Habitus has its origins in kinetic borderlines based on vivid, sculptural sockets such as hybrid and urban tensions and conceptualisations. Alongside quotations from these aspects, it also includes urban and kinetic centres from various vivid centre points. This habitus stages and evolves an array of centre points harmonised by the borderline. The selection of vivid approaches, encourages and reacts the urban effect. The borderline avoids and compiles urban and sculptural exhibition spaces only as a spectrum of unpretentious affectivisms. It is at this point that the result to react banalises and de-contextualises the lounge. Vivid, urban architectures investigate the kinetic and urban concurrences, while the simultaneity of sculptural centres discusses and idealises the work.

    This work is created using the highest quality pigment on elastic silicone and mounted under highly transparent acrylic glass. Giving the work an unbeatable depth and incomparable contrast. I use glossy, color-neutral acrylic glass that is 1/8 in. Habitus is an extra large work with an 31mm profile width frame in Alder Brown (black). Due to the size of the work, the final production of the piece (molding onto glass) will be completed on order, with production time of approximately 20 days. 

    Medium Used: Ultra high quality pigment on permanently elastic silicone which is backed onto a sturdy aluminum Dibond backing and fused into crystal clear acrylic glass.

    David Darcy | United Kingdom

    David's artworks are pleasurable, contemplative expanses that draw the eye. They are intense abstractions of humanity marked by a balance of movement within the space. They encase equal parts sensation and inquiry. When creating a new work he has adopted a signature process in which he applies the oil paint in much the same manner as watercolours, thought they inherently less yielding. That restriction allows for new approaches and methods. The results include brilliant, durable pigments rooted in mid-motion gestures.