Duke & Wigmore

energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #4
Duke & Wigmore #4      30 x 22”      2010
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #4
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #13
Duke & Wigmore #13      30 x 22”      2010
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #13
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #18
Duke & Wigmore #18      30 x 22”      2011
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #18
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #20
Duke & Wigmore #20      30 x 22”      2011
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #20
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #24
Duke & Wigmore #24      30 x 22”      2011
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #24
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #32
Duke & Wigmore #32      30 x 22”      2011
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #32
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #41
Duke & Wigmore #41      30 x 22”      2012
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #41
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #46
Duke & Wigmore #46      30 x 22”      2012
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #46
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #47
Duke & Wigmore #47      30 x 22”      2012
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #47
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #51
Duke & Wigmore #51      30 x 22”      2012
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #51
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #52
Duke & Wigmore #52      30 x 22”      2012
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #52
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #57
Duke & Wigmore #57      30 x 22”      2012
energetic painting contemporary style Duke & Wigmore #57
 

Appropriating Poetic Urban Forms

 

 

“Duke and Wigmore are two streets that I came upon by chance in London nearly a decade ago. Upon returning to my studio these names continued to resonate for me poetically and metaphorically. I was working at that time on a new grouping of works on paper that were painted flat on the studio floor. They were suggestive of landscape in an unknown location. Duke and Wigmore seemed the perfect fit as these paintings deal with issues of chaos and control.”

Gary Komarin
London  2002