Delivering vibrant collisions of abstract expressionism with bold architectural concepts, Brisbane artist Damien Pasquale draws you into a world where everyday objects inspire monochromic formations that burst from the seams with exploding texture, vivid colour and iridescence.
There is nothing tentative about the work of Damien Pasquale. Using rugged but controlled brush strokes, Pasquale explores gestural movement and architectural structures in his layered compositions.
With a nod to luminaries Willem de Kooning, Jack Tworkov and particularly Franz Kline, his bold monochromatic paintings pay homage to the origins of abstract expressionism in that their essence is the spontaneous nature of their creation.
These are works that celebrate the action painters of the past with their textural inconsistencies, brush movements and visible records of the artistic process, but also look towards contemporaries such as Pierre Soulages, whose mastery of black pigment is fundamental to his practice.
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