Chris Trueman‘s abstract paintings are all about colour and abstraction and in his latest collection, ‘Stripes’, he’s been exploring the difference between the physiological process of sight, of what we see, and the how we perceive that colour, form, object.
Like many painters – most artists in general for that matter – he’s always asking the question; how do people create stories? How do they interpret space? How do they find meaning in the perception of what they see? Questions that have interested artists since the dawn of time. For Trueman his answers lie in colour, texture and abstract form.
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