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Takt Drawing I (Berlin), oil on paper, 42x30.5

Harold Hollingsworth

My work is a reflection of the shapes, colors and textures that I see in both my imagination and the material I am drawn to aesthetically. I paint out of my curiosity to see what something will look like when translated from my mind to the canvas. On a simple level, I describe my work as abstraction, with cultural reference markers (items like fonts, and old graphics I run into wherever I travel) falling into the work.

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Up the Empire, mixed media on canvas, 31x24

Bunched Bunch, oil on wood, 36x48

Brookside, oil and collage on paper, 26x21

Wondering Boy Poet, oil and collage on canvas panel, 24x36

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Overising, oil, acrylic on panel, 40x30

Slip, oil and acrylic on canvas, 40x30

Horizon, oil and acrylic on wood panel, 60x48

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