Martyn Brewster research

The reason that I was drawn to Martyn Brewster’s piece ‘Beauty and  Sadness No.70’ was because of the depth of the darkness that it seemed to hold, I have never been too interested in abstract art before but I found this piece really interesting.

Yet when I started researching Martyn Brewster, I found that his work is abstract but that isn’t the most important thing about it. It seems that his work has a connection with the natural world, he doesn’t necessarily paint what he sees, but rather how he feels and connects with the landscape or object. His work has changed a lot over the years, with some pieces being more abstracts than others, but I feel that ‘Beauty and Sadness No.70’ is more about the emotional connection to the person.


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