The Prettiest Girl in Town, 2020
Oil on canvas
Original Print, 32 x 40 cm
Limited Edition of 50
Figurative Art by Patrick Palmer
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Patrick Palmer is a figurative artist based in London. He is all about capturing the female form - subtle, classical nudes in oil, charcoal, graphite and red chalk, images emerging out of nowhere and escaping gracefully into life to tell a story. All emotions are expressed through posture and detail, happy or sad, wild or calm, seductive or hopeful.
He chooses along the way what parts of the body are important to fill in and what to omit, that's why every piece of his art is unique, authentic and minimalistic to its core. The passing of time forces improvements in almost all aspects of life, the missing body elements of almost every painting convey this message directly to the viewer's psyche. Besides the less is more principal.Patrick's distinctive style of incompleteness is his way to interact with people who see his work, by giving them enough information sets them free to fill the blank parts. He is very spontaneous and at the end of each day he uses up all his leftover paint on experimental canvases, with no restrictions applied, just playing and experimenting.
Kelly Kaimaki, Creative Writer / Curator
About Patrick Palmer
Generally considered one of the UK’s leading figure-artists, specialising the female form - subtle, classical nudes in oil, red chalk, graphite and charcoal.
My work has been included in the books ‘Images of Women in Art’ and ‘Musings of Miss Yellow'.As well as being a stay-at-home Dad, I now paint from my Windsor studio and run my own life-drawing classes at the Windsor Art Centre.