His recent works warp the conventions of landscape painting, at times playing within the confines of perspective and scale and at others rejecting these notions completely. Somewhere between drawing and painting, his distinctive mark making approach combines the figurative with the abstract evoking a sense of mystery.
Familiar yet exotic, these mindscapes have as much to do with the inner subconscious realm as they do the external world.
Max recently completed a postgraduate course at the Royal Drawing School, he has exhibited widely in the UK and in 2016 won the Jackson’s Art Prize.
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At the Prema Gallery, Uley
31 Oct – 11 Dec”