IMP-12, Original Painting by Taj Alexander
IMP-12, Original Painting by Taj Alexander, Synthetic Polymer and Pigment on Linen, Mounted on Aluminium Composite Board, Framed in Tasmanian Oak, Diptych, 300 x 400 x 35mm each, 2021
About the work:
IMP-12, Original Artwork by Taj ‘Deams’ Alexander.
This original artwork is part of Taj ‘Deams’ Alexander 2021 Artist in Focus series which draws upon the artist’s personal experience arising from the pandemic. Alexander delivers an emotionally charged body of work in response to these tumultuous times.
“As a collective, humanity has endured a destabilising experience. The challenges that have arisen from this pandemic have affected the fabric of our culture. Our ability to explore and interact freely with our environment has been compromised. These new works are defined as both physical and conceptual impressions represented through highly saturated and texturally detailed paintings, ” says Alexander.
About the Artist:
Taj ‘Deams’ Alexander lives and works in Melbourne, creating painting, mural and sculptural works that explore the flux of subjective perception through familiarity and mystique. His intuitive approach to painting and process allow for an introspective exploration of both visual language and relationship to environment.
– Synthetic Polymer and Pigment on Linen, Mounted on Aluminium Composite
– Framed in Black Painted Tasmanian Oak
– Artwork consists of two paintings, each 300 x 400mm