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‘This painting is not a literal translation of a landscape, but may echo edges, contours, and textures we may see in the world at large. This painting features a personal alphabet of shapes and forms. Ideas generally begin in a sketchbook on location and then are translated into final larger scale paintings. I like my work to have a connection with the natural world and be specific to time and place,’ Martyn Jones (2018).
oil on paper
H 72 x W 92 cm