I have always been interested in exploring my process through the creation of Still Life and Interior studies. This has been even more prominent during the recent pandemic where lockdown has meant for lots of solitary time in the studio.
Click below to see more recent examples from the studio.
I have decided to take part in an initiative that artist matthew burrows launched last year: the #artistsupportpledge for the countless artists who are losing their source of income.
Artists are asked to post work which they are willing to sell for £200 or less (not inc. shipping) and upon making £1000 of sales, they pledge to buy another artist’s work for £200.
Here are the artworks of mine that are currently available for £200 each (not inc shipping)
Tom Voyce (b. 1989) is an established UK painter with international exposure. His subject matter comprises of a variety of different themes such as airports, railway stations, roads and bridges and other places of transit.
Voyce’s compositions consistently demonstrate an interest in the formal elements of composition: structure, perspective, shape and light. His paintings are accounts of fleeting moments within a landscape; the fall of light on a building, or the shadows cast by a motorway flyover. The strength in these pieces lies not in their faithful depiction of a landscape, but in their suggestion of a sense of place, of being present within a particular space at a particular moment.
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