Artist Profile - Edward Ball

Terminator Rhythm (after Terminator, by Goldie) 80 x 130cm
Terminator Rhythm (after Terminator, by Goldie) 80 x 130cm

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Biography
Artist Statement

Terminator Rhythm (after Terminator, by Goldie) 80 x 130cm  Evolution, Versao Portuense (after Cinematic orchestra's Evolution, from Man with a movie camera) Real Life (evolution II) (after Cinematic orchestra's real like evolution II from man with a movie camera) (122 x 84 cm, mixed media) Man with the movie camera (after Cinematic orchestra's, Man with a movie camera) (122 x 84cm, mixed media)
Shou Sugi Ban sculpture The Awakening of a Woman (burnt out) (122 x 84 cm, mixed media) Real Life (evolution II) (after Cinematic orchestra's real like evolution II from man with a movie camera) (122 x 84 cm, mixed media) Postlude (after cinematic orchestra's postlude from man with a movie camera) (122 x 84 cm, mixed media)
Theme De Yoyo (after Cinematic orchestra's, Man with a movie camera) (122 x 84 cm, mixed media) Cinematic in Brown (60 x 200cm, mixed media) £2850.00 plus delivery Cinematic Mix (after Cinematic orchestra) (122 x 84 cm, mixed media)

Biography

Ed is a Hereford based artist who has had joint and solo shows within recognised galleries throughout the UK and Canada. He has created  commissions for many companies, banks, retail establishments, churches, and collectors throughout the UK, Canada and USA. He also works closely with an architect based in the USA, and has produced a large commissioned structural glass artwork for a client based in America.


Artist Statement

“My work is all about producing compelling and vibrant art that has a sense of movement and energy within it. I listen to sound and music and then paint it in an abstract form, abstracting directly from the sound and rhythm. I paint with fast flowing gestures and intensity, which gives me the ability to capture something striking and vibrant, with the feel of organic vitality and motion. I like to draw the viewer into my work with a sense of intrigue.”