Geoffrey Pimlott RWS

Geoffrey’s work, which is very abstract, concerns itself with the surface on which he works and what he does to it as a response to his experiences of the environment in which he lives. His current practice is concerned with creating arbitrary compositional arrangements in paint, print, and drawing, and wall hung installation, that are intended to stimulate and engage the visual senses without external reference, being complete within themselves. The basic geometric shapes give an uncluttered simplicity to the asymmetrical compositional development of adding, erasing, positioning, re-positioning sequences. The lack of focal point allows the work to be continuously observed/scanned through these sequential arrangements of shape and colour.