From top: Steve Tyerman, Bulldozer, Cultural Landscape, Circle of Life and Wasteland.
“These works are a part of my upcoming show, the exhibition is called ‘Wasteland’ and the body of work is fundamentally about man and the landscape, a collision of mankind and his environment. Most of the works can be viewed as landscapes, but of a type that reflects modern society and is shaped by the way we live, one that is buried underneath the remnants of our materialistic inclinations. This is a fast-paced, consumerist, throw-away world, full of waste and neglect, but also full of colour, beauty, variety, choice, creativity, opportunity and joy. I wanted these paintings to resonate with the power of all of these elements” – Steve Tyerman.
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