Lately I am trying to experiment more with black and white landscapes. I took the inspiration for this one from some old negatives from our vacation in Morocco and I am pretty happy with how it came out. It is a kind of landscape that poses a lot of questions and makes you think about all the things that are left out of the picture.
Last week I went to see an exhibition at the City Gallery. It was a collection of works by contemporary painters, photographers and conceptual artists. In many ways I found it inspiring and in others not so much. Let me guide you through the exhibition from my point of view.
When I first started with painting, I tried to capture every little object in great detail and fit it into a landscape that was already filled. When I saw these paintings later, I realized that a viewer probably didn't know what to concentrate on first. Discovering minimalism has really helped me with that and here are five tips that may help you as well.
My name is Anthony Garfield and I'm a painter and art enthusiast.
My first memories of painting come from the age of 6. After finishing Art School I started working on a series of paintings that is now exhibited in the City Gallery.
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