Oil on canvas
156.5 x 125.5 cm
David Minton’s Peripheral Vision is an eloquent statement of self, the ‘me and not me’ as he describes it. The warm grey space, perpetually falling bird and it’s shadow, which on closer inspection is not the shadow of the falling bird but another bird entirely, and two narrow boundary lines create a tension that is relentless. It is a relationship which is never resolved but perpetually bound in space.
Read our interview: The Temporary Suspension of Tension
Read the Art Pie essay: The Universal Struggle to Self Identify: This ‘Me’ of Mine
Find out more about David Minton at www.davidmintonart.com