Adrian Pritchard - Acrylic on Canvas.
circular abstract art on canvas over stretcher
Measures approximately 25.5 x 25.5cm,
Further info regarding the artist
Born in Garstang, Lancashire in 1973 Adrian Pritchard first started exhibiting in Cornwall where studied at Falmouth College of Arts. It was in Cornwall Adrian developed the language for the organic fluid elements in his work and subsequently was awarded a travel bursary to Japan in 1997 where he eventually became artist in residence to the plateau of a Volcano Asama Yama. Returning in 1999 to London to complete his Masters at the Slade School of Art his work appears in numerous collections including the One Aldwych Collection and the British Embassy in Tokyo.
More Recently Adrian developed Osmosis Machine a kinetic glooping tower installation which evolves and grows into colourful patterns and stalactite formations. The critically acclaimed art work received the visitors choice award for "The Neo Art Prize 2013" and since 2015 "Osmosis Machine" has toured extensively from the Newcastle "Centre for Life Museum" to "The Newlyn & Exchange Gallery" Cornwall supported by Arts Council England.