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Tim Nikiforuk

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This beautiful contemporary high textured abstract painting is great for a classic and contemporary setting. The variation of colours and rich texture would greatly bring a space to life. Tim Nikiforuk Born: 1975 Lives and works: San Diego, CA Tim Nikiforuk is a Canadian artist whose work seeks to inhabit and work within, the space between painting and sculpture. Best known for his richly textured, vividly coloured applications of gel or oils over substrates such as vinyl and panel, Nikiforuk infuses his paintings with a sense of immediacy, energy, and movement. In his latest Mythos series, Nikiforuk imagines and strives to make real, the drama, theatrics and energy of Greco-­‐Roman mythology. Works like The Rape of the Sabine Woman and The Birth of Gaea, exhibit a sense of spontaneous gesture and fluidity of brushwork. The influence of artists such as Robert Ryman and Jason Martin reflect his concern for a practice rooted in process-­‐based abstraction. “My strongest work is that which is anchored in composition,” he reflected. “I have a deep concern for the fluidity and movement of the marks I make, each one must work in harmony with its neighbour.”

Tim Nikiforuk The Sacrific of Andromeda, 2019

£1,650.00
H 61 cm x W 61 cm x D 3 cm
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Acrylic
Original, Unframed
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Ships from: United Kingdom

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About Tim Nikiforuk

About the artwork

This beautiful contemporary high textured abstract painting is great for a classic and contemporary setting. The variation of colours and rich texture would greatly bring a space to life. Tim Nikiforuk Born: 1975 Lives and works: San Diego, CA Tim Nikiforuk is a Canadian artist whose work seeks to inhabit and work within, the space between painting and sculpture. Best known for his richly textured, vividly coloured applications of gel or oils over substrates such as vinyl and panel, Nikiforuk infuses his paintings with a sense of immediacy, energy, and movement. In his latest Mythos series, Nikiforuk imagines and strives to make real, the drama, theatrics and energy of Greco-­‐Roman mythology. Works like The Rape of the Sabine Woman and The Birth of Gaea, exhibit a sense of spontaneous gesture and fluidity of brushwork. The influence of artists such as Robert Ryman and Jason Martin reflect his concern for a practice rooted in process-­‐based abstraction. “My strongest work is that which is anchored in composition,” he reflected. “I have a deep concern for the fluidity and movement of the marks I make, each one must work in harmony with its neighbour.”

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