H87cm x W67cm
Ink on Paper
Framed - non-reflective museum glass
This artwork is part of our Crafting a Difference exhibition at SoShiro and is not available for delivery until February 15th 2021
Nicholas Lees’ work on paper is a parallel activity to his three-dimensional work in ceramic. He explores the same issues of uncertain boundary, threshold, light, space and body. Working on paper enables the artist to be more playful, and to have a faster iterative cycle between idea and outcome. He uses an interaction between precise control and uncertain ephemerality in both cases. Repetitive mark making in the manner of a monoprint mirrors some of the making in porcelain, allowing in an element of imperfection in the imprecision of the printed marks. The use of water is a parallel to the effect of movement of body and light in relation to the porcelain works – it is a representation of the visual aura of the sculpture.
Nicholas was awarded the prestigious Desmond Preston Prize for Excellence in Drawing in 2012 while he was at the Royal College of Art.
Read our interview with Nicholas here
To read more about Nicholas’ work, his background, awards and previous shows see here
This item will be featuring in Crafting a Difference at SoShiro, London and will only be available for delivery until after the show. Due to the nature of this item Cavaliero Finn will require an additional payment for delivery which will be confirmed after purchase. We use a number of art handlers to deliver our paintings, sculptures and more fragile works, we do this to ensure that your purchase gets to you safely. If you would like a delivery quote prior to purchase, please contact us to express your interest in the work and we will source a quote for you.
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