Charles Tyrrell: Large Scale

Charles Tyrrell: Large Scale

The recent paintings by Charles Tyrrell are among his best. Unflinching accounts of a face-on acquaintance with the darkness, they are all about acknowledging the ever-present chink of light.Monochrome surfaces embrace the turmoil while covering most, or all, of it up, yet what lies beneath carries huge weight. Pale blue slits break through black in C3.10, like eyelids barely closed. If standing stones, field lines and the sea are present here, it is only as part of our ancestral, collective consciousness.
Tyrrell plays control off against chaos, working his way to the edge of the abyss, before showing us how he finds his way back.

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Charles Tyrrell: Large Scale

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