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Charlie Russell

'A blip in the love you thought you had for me'



Drawing on early memories navigating working-class spaces and moving into my childhood home at 6, noticing strips of torn wallpaper on walls and how light travels through treetops into rooms, traversing and warming concrete structures as I question the residents who lived there before me and who had passed. Scratches in found materials and paint mixtures reflect this, my process consisting of applying and removing continually. Ultimately, I am drawn to the sensationalism of light, its presence in my life in the unpredictability of my mother.

230 x 180cm
Oil, oil bar, acrylic, wax, marble dust on canvas

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