One of Britain’s leading black artists, Eugene Palmer, talks about his childhood in Jamaica, how a school teacher inspired him to become an artist, how he evolved from abstract to figuration, the influence of black history and politics on his work, his innovative series of placing black figures in rural landscapes and his recent works of repeated images and portraits of family members that pose questions about race and identity.
Accompanying images on consideringart.com
Our Restless Hearts
In Between Black and White
Nadine Wild-Palmer (pink and blue) from the series Didn’t It Rain
Self-portrait with grandchild (Rory)
Eugene Palmer’s exhibition Standing Still is showing at Ed Cross Fine Art 17 November – 16 December 2022
You can see more of Eugene Palmer’s work on the above website.
Music: Ibiza by MBB | https://soundcloud.com/mbbofficial
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