Alan Campbell Explores Change, Balance And Contradictions With “Circle”, His Latest Screen Print Series!

Alan Campbell is an artist who is always coming up with new and unique ideas to bring to print. I am always impressed with his originality and commitment experimenting with subject matter and ideas. For his latest set of releases, “Circle”,  Alan explores how we accept change with appreciation of our past without romanticism, a search for balance and a celebration of contradictions.

 

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“Circle” by Alan Campbell – Monoprint Edition of 11.

 

These prints will be available via Alan’s Online Store from Wednesday the 23rd of July at 6pm GMT/ 1pm EST/ 10am PST, in three distinct editions and each screen print is sized 16″x20″. Plus, Alan is offering a special introduction price for the first week of £20/$34, plus shipping and handling, available 23rd to 30th July. After then they will be full price at £30/$51, plus shipping and handling. Every prints comes signed and numbered and all have unique printed elements and experiments.

 

 

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 “Circle” by Alan Campbell – Silver on Black Edition of 10.

[I have been working on this print] the last 3 weeks or so, it started as a goofy sketch but the more I’ve been working on it, the more its became personal about trying to push forward my work and life, while letting go of a whole host of people, places, things and emotions. – Alan Campbell

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“Circle” by Alan Campbell – Gold on Black Edition of 2.

There are plenty of other pieces to pick up, including “Crime and Punishment”, which we recently featured, over at Alan Campbell’s online store where “Circle” will be available from Wednesday the 23rd of July.

You can keep track of Alan Campbell, his work and his world by following him on Facebook,  Twitter and over on his website too!

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