Gareth Hugh Davies is best known for the powerful, enigmatic and haunting imagery in his paintings. The absence of the figure in familiar visual references such as pine forests, grey skies, rain clouds, urban lighting and tracks in snow enables several interpretations. “I’m interested in the the quiet drama that simple visual references can create. They can be read as meditations on the tensions between light and dark, the remote and the familiar, comfort and a sense of isolation.These pieces are also as much about our transience as our ability to transform the land in which we inhabit”
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