Terry Whybrow



While working in London the paintings were hard edge abstractions of urban life, but on settling in Cornwall thirty years ago, all previous ideas and influences were overshadowed by the strength and textures of Cornwall, and so the visual adventure once again took its path. Having explored the elements offered by the landscape and sea in an abstract way,  I found the work condensing to a point where construction became more important than the story, in other words, to where a form sits in relation to another; so this statement, like the journey, has gone full circle.