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Signet Contemporary Art London
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Jack Few, a graduate of the University of Chester with degrees in Fine Art and English Literature (2015), has since evolved into a dedicated full-time abstract expressionist painter based in Chester, England. His artistic journey is deeply rooted in his love for exploring the interplay between art and language. Jack’s medium of choice primarily involves oils and wax, and his creative pursuit centers on achieving a harmonious canvas where color, form, and texture coalesce to narrate a compelling story. Jack’s artistic vision is profoundly influenced by his extensive knowledge of art history and his wanderlust-driven travels. Drawing inspiration from a diverse spectrum of artists and movements, he seeks to synthesize his interpretations into a unique and tumultuous aesthetic. From the atmospheric enchantment of Monet and Turner to the bold, dynamic strokes of Twombly and Kline, Jack Few endeavors to find a common ground that resonates with his artistic vision, resulting in compositions that evoke a visual and emotional journey for the viewer.
”They’re strips of memory exaggerated and enhanced by music and a gut feeling that urges to tease out a story that’s already there. I work in a very free fluid movement, creating impulsive symbols and gestural marks which are subliminally placed. The work is trying to speak for itself and I’m trying to catch up. It’s a language I create but don’t necessarily understand. I love to play in that mystery. Words and entire sentences often appear in my work, I love the aesthetic as well as the meaning of the written word, that act like sparks generated from the fusion of the energy used to create these new worlds. My paintings portray a raw and tactile approach of scraping, scratching, layering, thinning, all the elements constantly fighting for space. There’s a constant push and pull and a dance with the surface. I like to be able to evoke a sense of suspense, heightened imminence and a world that appears to be bursting through the surface towards them’