Graham Boyd

Through their vivid representation of movement, colour and structure Graham Boyd’s paintings become the conduit for a lifetime’s compressed memory and emotion.

Characterised by precision and luminosity, Boyd's paintings embody a poetic tension that surfaces only through the abstract.

The sense of space and layers of history associated with landscape remain important themes for Boyd, and in each work we see associations with the natural world: autumn leaves caught on a gust of wind and ancient flints are carved into layers of colour to reveal the substrate beneath.

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