Oil on linen
120 x 85 cm
Joseph Goody is interested in the authenticity of paint as a medium. In the wake of control and contrivance, there is a suggestion of something systemic within his paintings. Joseph’s compositions of painterly geometric forms and broad kinetic curves provide an opportunity for the figurative and emotive characteristics of paint to operate. The momentum, posture and form, whether as mediation upon previous layering or something spontaneous, can provide the opportunity for a seemingly authentic response.
Joseph was awarded the Neville Burston Award for Painting for outstanding work in his Goldsmith’s show in 2011 and in 2012 Joseph’s work won him the Patron’s Club prize at the Royal Drawing School. In 2015 he was one of nine Royal Drawing School alumni to be invited to exhibit in Drawn From the Fleming Collection.
Read more about Joseph Goody, his background, awards and previous exhibitions.
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