Robert Frampton Fell

Robís work is inspired by an enormous number of artistic influences ranging from the first art book he bought about Francisco Goya at age 14, through to his most recent visit to the Abstract Expressionistsí Art Exhibition at the Royal Academy. Greatly interested in the works of the Modern Artists, Rob started painting seriously nine years ago, initially painting in a fairly representational style which moved on very quickly to become looser and more abstract. However, very quickly tiring of this, he firmly fixed the focus of his work on what was, and has remained, his first passion, love and excitement in art - abstract expression. This passion, first ignited as a young observer, now blazes unrestrained as a painter. His belief is that abstract art and its resultant forms comes from deep within the psyche, therefore challenging and expanding the intellect of the artist and the experiential response of the viewer. Robís work concentrates completely on the uninhibited abstraction of colour, texture and natural structure, created through perception, imagination, spontaneity, gestural mark making and an irreverent exploration of form.

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