Disordered Inc.

10 Jul 2013 – 19 Aug 2013

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8am - 11pm weekdays / 10am - 11pm weekends

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Oxford, United Kingdom


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A brand new series of 25 canvas prints from the Irish mixed media artist Paul Delaney.


These works explore themes relating to gender, including identity, alienation and androgyny. As is typical with Paul Delaney's work, they subtly expose the many quirks, doubts, nuances and fears we experience as everyday human beings. Paul Delaney creates his pieces by combining a wide range of image-making techniques including collage, drawing, painting and digital output. Signature characteristics of the artist's work include the dramatic use of colour, the unapologetic use of type with image, and the exagerated facial features - typically the eye - of the subject matter. All these signatures are clearly on display in this bold, highly graphic collection of work. About the Artist. Since self-initiating his first exhibition in 2008 called ‘Louder Faster,' Irish Artist and Designer Paul Delaney has continued to build a loyal audience for his work with group and solo shows at home and abroad. Paul Delaney's highly vivid portraits merge and manipulate the boundaries of fine art and graphic design. They are inspired by human form, character and behaviors, while instilling his interests in such things as popular culture, fashion and music. His work is bold, vigorous and visually demanding but the artist still manages to capture the fragility and vulnerability of everyday people and situations. To create his imagery Paul Delaney embraces a range of traditional and contemporary imagemaking techniques including collage, drawing, photography, painting and digital output. The unique style he has developed has resulted in collaborations with a number of bands to produce cover art, as well as various other commercial commissions. Paul Delaney graduated in 2006 with an honours degree in Visual Communications from the Cork Institute of Technology, Now he is aiming to return to college when time allows, to study for a Masters in Illustration where he can continue to develop and refine his practice.

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