Adrian Pritchard captures motion in his paintings using practiced techniques such as pouring on a single point on a flat canvas before spinning to disperse the colours. The works are left to dry flat for several months. Some ‘grow’ thick layers of paint which can produce stalactite-like forms; others crack revealing sub-layers below. Viscous liquids are chosen for their symmetrical and entropic qualities – watching paint dry has never been so interesting.  Yasmin Ali - British Architects Journal "The Critics Choice" August 2009

Puddle Paintings

Sylph    2009
Sylph 2009

Mixed Paints on Textile on Ply Board 122cm x122cm

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Green Monster 2010
Green Monster 2010

Mixed Paints on Textile on Ply Board 96cmx96cm

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Olympus Mons 2008
Olympus Mons 2008

Mixed Paints on Canvas on Ply Board 122cmx122cm

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SOLD
SOLD

Gloss Paint on Linen 25cmx25cm

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Purple Nova 2014
Purple Nova 2014

Mixed Paints on Textile on Ply Board 122cmx122cm

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Green Viridis 2008
Green Viridis 2008

Mixed Paints on Canvas on ply board 122cmx122cm

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SOLD
SOLD

Mixed Paints on Textile 32cmx32cm

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Eye of Purpura 2009
Eye of Purpura 2009

Mixed Paints on Textile on ply board 122cmx122cm

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