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Amazing Dimensional Paintings by Adam Neate

Published Oct 20, 2015

Adam Neate is a self-taught British artist that has developed his own language of “Dimensional Painting”.

The artist began his career by leaving his paintings, on cardboard, on the streets of London and now has work in collections in 30 countries around the world. He explains:

“Those years were my art school. I learnt about color and composition simply though practice.”

In his most recent work, space itself has become a medium, with the viewer activating their own “viewing space” by moving and changing their vantage point, in order to get the full multi-dimensional effect.

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