Brent Laycock RCA Delivers New Painting to West End!

04 May, 2021 1 min read

Brent Laycock RCA Delivers New Painting to West End!

The West End Gallery is excited to received a selection of new paintings from Brent Laycock RCA!

Brent challenges himself to look beyond the obvious when taking in the big, dramatic vistas, hoping to communicate an emotional response rather than a detailed photographic representation. He compares his artwork to musical compositions, where the rhythm, repetitions, and movement are all involved in making a harmonious statement, the individual elements deriving their meaning from the way they interact with each other.

In the landscape, I see the spiritual connection between ourselves and the divine. I only hope to transmit some of its power to uplift the soul." - Brent R. Laycock

Visit Brent's artist's page to view all of his newly arrived artworks!

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