E.P Sanders




E.P Sanders’ painting entitled ‘Four’ is constructed of two canvases painted with white and black gloss. Areas of black are left bled from masking lines, referring to an imperfect process contrary to its rigid form. Conjoined canvases become a constructed object implying sculptural attributes disassociated with individual painting surfaces.

Gloss paint reflects in an attempt to emphasise the equal significance of the viewer and interior space as they remotely become a feature of the work.