In Praise of Decay
titles taken from
Jonathan Meades; Museum Without Walls 2012 page twenty two
the roundels
acrylic on ca...
6. used
condoms
7. pitta bread with
green mould
10.countless gauges of
wire
18. cooking oil
drums
20. squashed
feathers
26. burlap
sacks
34. a car
battery
warehouse
36. a salmon
smoker
39. worn car tyres
43. a petrol pump
44. railway sleepers
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In praise of decay: the roundels ppt

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These are eleven out of the 45 paintings whose titles were generated by J.Meades' MUSEUM WITHOUT WALLS 2012. The titles do not describe the subject of the painting but just the context. The titles create connotations and imaginative possibilities.Most of the works are acrylic stencilled onto canvas. One or two semicircular stencils were used to create mirror images with variations and these often do not connect very well which adds to the tension on the surface.

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In praise of decay: the roundels ppt

  1. 1. In Praise of Decay titles taken from Jonathan Meades; Museum Without Walls 2012 page twenty two the roundels acrylic on canvas and acrylic and wax on paper 2012 -2013 David Chandler
  2. 2. 6. used condoms
  3. 3. 7. pitta bread with green mould
  4. 4. 10.countless gauges of wire
  5. 5. 18. cooking oil drums
  6. 6. 20. squashed feathers
  7. 7. 26. burlap sacks
  8. 8. 34. a car battery warehouse
  9. 9. 36. a salmon smoker
  10. 10. 39. worn car tyres
  11. 11. 43. a petrol pump
  12. 12. 44. railway sleepers
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