Simon Birch

As usual, Wooster Collective unveils a great artist to me.

What got my attention in this specific series that was shown at Wooster, was the way Simon Birch portrays human emotions and delivers intensity in his paintings, without showing faces.
Bodies become geometric intersections of colour, and shapes get melt into a single appealing composition. I’d buy a painting like this if I could.

SIMON BIRCH WEBSITE (browse it, has a lot of different work)

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2 Responses to “Simon Birch”


  1. 1 limpa_vias 23 March, 2010 at 9:14 pm

    Granda classe mesmo!

  2. 2 A Constant Refrain 25 March, 2010 at 6:10 pm

    hummm. curti, mas nada de especial para mim

    mas tu és fantástico 🙂 love*


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