Everything was beautiful and nothing hurt - painting.
'Everything was beautiful and nothing hurt' forms part of an endless series of warped portrait and scenario paintings by the artist largely focusing on lone figures or small groupings engaged in ambiguous, mundane or ludicrous tasks without any clear indication as to their ultimate purpose or meaning. Mutated by their longing for such and their failure to find any, the images try to deal with themes of mortality, faith and the nature of reality by prompting the observer to search for sense where there is none.
This particular painting was completed in early June 2017 in the artists studio located in south east London using oil, oil pastel and ink on a stretched canvas, size 100x80x3cm and is unframed.
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