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Recoiling final

Recoiling final

Studio Cloths

SunSet Down

Studio Cloths

Mixed Media on Canvas

Afternoon Tea, Knots & Over Populated

Mixed Media on Canvas

Studio Floors

Studio Floors

Acquaintance

Acquaintance

Actions Speak Louder Than Words

Actions Speak Louder Than Words

From the ditches to the Palace

From the ditches to the Palace

Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea

Overpopulated

Overpopulated

Keep The Circus Going

Keep The Circus Going

twins

twins

This Isn't A Game

This Isn't A Game

Kas, Suzie, Zar & Ju

Kas, Suzie, Zar & Ju

Aftermath

Aftermath

A Smaller But Bigger Splash

A Smaller But Bigger Splash

Clique

Clique

Winter 16

Winter 16

Retracting Barriers

Retracting Barriers

Nomads Land

Nomads Land

Blurred Vision

Blurred Vision

System overload

System overload

Settlers In New Mexico

Settlers In New Mexico

Oil and Spray Paint

Fireworks In The Snow

Oil and Spray Paint

37 x 47 cm

Oil and Spray Paint

Quiet Features

Oil and Spray Paint

145 x 165 cm

Oil and Spray Paint

My Last Time

Oil and Spray Paint

187 x 238 cm

Oil on Wood

Reaching For The Left

Oil on Wood

64 x 58 cm

Mixed Media on Wood

Vuitton and Recordings

Mixed Media on Wood

140 x 110 cm

Acrylic on Canvas

Open Waters

Acrylic on Canvas

150 x 100 cm

ACRYLIC ON CANVAS

Rose

ACRYLIC ON CANVAS

76 X 51 CM

Mixed Media on Canvas

My knitted Perfume

Mixed Media on Canvas

180 x 210

Mixed Media on Wood

Prevented Situations

Mixed Media on Wood

260 x 200

Mixed media on canvas

Early Messages

Mixed media on canvas

224 x 180 cm

Acrylic & Oil on Canvas

X II

Acrylic & Oil on Canvas

65 x 110

MIXED MEDIA ON CANVAS

THICK & THIN

MIXED MEDIA ON CANVAS

150 X 75 CM

Mixed Media on board

Adopted

Mixed Media on board

94 x 60 cm

MIXED MEDIA ON CANVAS

WHAT A GREAT DAY

MIXED MEDIA ON CANVAS

249 X 198 CM

Mixed Media on Canvas

Self Destruction

Mixed Media on Canvas

26 x 20.5 cm

London-based artist Alexander James paints his interpretation of the world both abstractly and figuratively. Fascinated by colour, Alexander delicately fuses the emotive expressions of his subjects with intriguing concepts.

Curating his first solo exhibition in London, ‘These Colours Don’t Run’ (from September 1st), is an expression of Alexander James’ interpretation of colour.

By painting, James wanted to explore the concept of emotional expression through colour and in particular its role in Native American culture. The project also experiments with moving image in order to create new ways of combining colours, which is a huge inspiration behind Alexander’s work.

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