“A spoonful of sugar helps the medicine go down.” Mary Poppins
Pop music, culture and art (in its latest guises) may be known for its shallowness, blandness and mass production, but I have long seen it as a genre open to subversion. Being the diametric opposite of earnestness, pop has always sat well in my arsenal as I’ve confronted this world and all its anomalies.
Who says sugar is bad for you? CLAY SINCLAIR
Clay is a thinker. His unique and luminous artworks are mentally stimulating, challenging, sometime tongue-in-cheek, and often provocative. He offers a humorous and sometimes snarky commentary on contemporary culture, which is both cutting and compassionate.
Clay Sinclair has mastered his exceptional creative process of ‘painting backwards’ on the plexiglass or perspex, and he often borders his contemporary paintings with ornate frames creating a playful combination of the traditional and the new. Clay Sinclair’s Pop Art style works are bold in colour, dense with words, and often contain familiar imagery:
Influenced by the people, politics, religion and the everyday world around him Clays personal interpretation of life shines through in these unique works.