There seems to be salad in that container 122 by 102cm
Rice crackers and pickle. 62 by 72cm
Lemonade and mint sauce is in that container. 142 by 162cm
Incoming banana splits. 122 by 102cm
Groovy blueberry smoothy. 52 by 62cm
Eat you greens daily. 142 by 162cm
cherry choc cip biscuits are inside. 122 by 142cm
carrot and black pudding pie is best served on cold days. 142 by 162cm
Banana cake with zesty lemon icing is great. 102 by 122.cm
New Zealand artist Rob Tucker creates thick mantles of graphic, resin and oil paint, allowing him to embrace everyday subject matter without contradiction, which he rounds off with resin for a sculpted, lacquered sheen.
Creating images from everyday subjects such as flowers, fruit and tea cups, gives his painting an almost childlike, 2-dimensional perspective. It’s only when you look more closely at the unexpected, stripped back fragments, that you can see the depth beyond the shadows and his work becomes more imaginative and exquisitely detailed.
Tucker is fascinated by the relationship between space and shape, and in simply constructing the outline of an object, the formation becomes more abstract and less real.
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