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Exhibition Detail
Modern Memorabilia
Curated by: Jimena M.Moreno
15b Blenheim Crescent
Notting Hill
London w112ee
United Kingdom
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June 16th, 2011 - July 24th, 2011
Opening: 
June 16th, 2011 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
 
, James PatersonJames Paterson
Artificial Colours and Flavouring, James PatersonJames Paterson,
Artificial Colours and Flavouring,
2010, Acryllic on Canvas, 38"x38"
Mayfair Calling, James PatersonJames Paterson, Mayfair Calling,
Acrylic on Canvas
Topper (Confessions of a Bashful Censor), James PatersonJames Paterson,
Topper (Confessions of a Bashful Censor),
2011, Acrylic on Canvas, 40"x30"
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James Paterson was born in Darlington in 1977. He completed a BA Foundation Art Degree at Queen Elizabeth Sixth Form College
and then went on to Nottingham Trent University where he studied Fine Art.
Working primarily in oils and acrylics James’ paintings are always inspired by everyday objects, adverts and popular icons.
Paint is applied both figuratively and abstractly.
The artist is influenced not only by a love of nostalgic pulp imagery but also by a passion for Art history.
Influences can be found in Pop Artists such as Larry Rivers, Peter Blake and Richard Hamilton but more surprisingly others such as Whistler, Sargent and De Kooning in his flair for confident mark making.
It is the combination of fine art knowledge and tradition with low brow imagery that animates James’ work

As an artist James often loses ‘mid painting’ which creates mass and volume.
This allows you to accept the figurative interpretation but constantly be reminded of the abstract surface.
Great attention is given to create a balance and rhythm between detail and loose shapes.
Paintings are left purposely oblique, adding even more character to these already sought after paintings.


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