A recent graduate from Pratt in New York, Anthony Cudahy has an incredible talent when it comes to painting. Using the gouache method, Anthony’s pieces are romantic and fluid with the lively brush strokes and large blocks of colour suggesting a sense of ambiguity. Anthony explains his concept in the statement below:
“Arranging and composing from nothing seems like both a waste of time and energies and a way for stylistic concerns to dominate. I do not want to think about placement or perspective, I want it to be provided. Each piece obeys its own logic and has its own language. And works to complete itself.”
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