Callum Innes

Innes has probably become best known for his Exposed Paintings series – made by layering pigments onto the canvas and then removing the oil paint with washes of turpentine – though this concern for the processes of painting, and un – painting, is shared by his Agitated Verticals, Resonance, Isolated Forms, and Monologue works. The play between additive and subtractive processes means that the potential for uncertainty is ever present within a rigorous visual language.

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