JFK Turner

JFK Turner concerns himself with the unnoticed ephemeral elements of everyday life. He studies found objects, marks, stains and the natural effects of time; things he finds and notices when out and about. His paintings are not abstract but based on something from the real world; from a screwed up piece of paper to a flap in a cardboard box, remnants of life.

An object taken out of its context and presented as a two dimensional form becomes ambiguous and works as a trigger for the imagination.