Christopher Jewitt’s paintings express his fixation for quotidian objects in a tempest of colour and marks.
He draws objects one on top of the other in roguish figurations until his canvases take on a tactile and whimsical appearance. This allows for multiple angles of sense making.
Layering zigzags across swirls, daubing lines beside dots, think and thin, opaque and semi-transparent, patterns are created, found and lost again.
Jewitt’s paintings combine…