RICHARD KEMP: Statement
The word ‘interstice’ kept entering my head while I was working, so I looked it up. The dictionary definition is ‘intervening space’ or ‘chink’. And that is pretty much where my art seems to sit. These pieces are part of a series of fifty or so that I made without any predetermined agenda. They were made quickly just to see what would turn up. Some are abstractions, some are pictorial. Quite a few feature lighthouses.
Studied: 2-year Foundation, Croydon College of Art, 1974-76
BA Hons degree in Fine Art, Ravensbourne College of Art and Design, 1977-80
I have exhibited widely and have work in private collections in Britain, France and America.
I was elected to the London Group in 2004.
I live in London with my wife Jane and our four children.
- Size of 6×4 inches (image)
- Price of £295
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