24c Gold gild, screen printed reverse art onto glass and mirrored (Silvered), these are processes used by the Victorians, adding reflection as a layer in the work.
Medium: Screen printed ink, gold gild onto glass and silvered.
Dimensions: 100 x 100cm.
Estimate: £650 - £1,200.
About the artist:
Phil Constable is an artist and printmaker. Empty high-rise flats, a path in the woods and family photographs, all serve as subjects that comment on the economic and structural climate, reflecting the ever changing surrounding landscape. Layering images via screen print, utilising half-tone photography, symbols, mark making with gold and silver gilding on various surfaces including paper, board, and glass. Work expands from site-specific installations in New York to moving image light installations in London.
He completed his BA (Hons) Fine Art, from the Liverpool John Moore's University (1995), and an MA in Creative Technology, from the University of Salford (1998).
Constable's participation in recent exhibitions include 50 Windows at Mackie mayor, Coop St, Manchester (2020) and FAMILY PORTRAIT 002, The Lowry Hotel, Manchester with Comma Ca Art (2019). He currently works out of his studio that was previously an abandoned medical practice that he converted into a studio.