A unique painting, using collage and graphite as well as acrylic paint, in a gentle but expressive contemporary style.
Paintings, 102 × 76 cm
Burnt umber is the main tone in this beautiful piece, with expressive graphite marks creating dynamic accents. Collage (mainly in the form of the music score of a Sarabande by JS Bach) is present under the acrylic paint, adding to the painting’s depth and mystery. The painting is varnished.
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Haydn Dickenson was born in Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom where he still lives and works.
The Russian Artist Dasha Balashova has written about Haydn’s artwork: “The Art of Haydn Dickenson is like a true symphony, whose depth in all its diverse movements, inner ‘nerve’, expressive energy, live creative impulse, artistic passion and constant search take us beyond reality into spheres of the infinite. These are works that resonate with the heartbeat of life.”