Mae gwaith Tomos yn archwilio’r hyn ydyw i fod yn ddynol. Trwy baentio, arlunio, cerflunio a dulliau eraill, mae’n archwilio perthynas dyn â’i gyd-ddyn, â’r byd, â gwrthrychau, â’i hunan ac â Duw. Ei nod yw dal y gwrthdrawiad rhwng y gweladwy a’r anweladwy, rhwng realiti a’r hyn nad yw’n real.
Gellir gweld rhagor o waith Tomos ar ei wefan: www.tomossparnon.com ac ar ei gyfrif Instagram: @tomos_sparnon
Tomos’ practice is an exploration of what it is to be human. Through different media including painting, drawing and sculpture, he explores man’s relationship with his fellow man, with the world, with objects, with himself and with God. His aim is to capture the conflict between the visible and the invisible, between reality and what is not real.
More of Tomos’ work can be seen on his website: www.tomossparnon.com and on his Instagram account: @tomos_sparnon
Demian Johnston’s practice builds on a growing body of work with energy concentrated by its confinement – “thinking inside the box”. These ideas value spontaneity, the positioning of objects and making of marks based on inner instinct and expression.
Perverse in its initial conception the practice shows dimensions of unpredictability, naturalness, glimpses into the unconscious, dark and monotonous, allowing the viewer to become a participant in creating discourse, helping the artist try to understand his own internal dialogue and find some sense in this illogical world.
Says Johnston, “It’s time for everybody to stop and look at the world with a view to seeing who is watching us and why. It is increasingly important that people step back, look at themselves, they’re surroundings and the world.”
Jeremy Gluck mainly works with contemporary strategies. By rejecting an objective truth and global cultural narratives, Gluck creates work in which a fascination with the clarity of content and an uncompromising attitude towards conceptual and minimal art often collides with ambiguity and concealment. The work is aloof and systematic and a cool and neutral imagery is used, obscuring a subtext speaking to process as practice.
Next up at GS Artists, is our very own Director Tomos Sparnon, the next Artist at Work for a short residency.
He says “I am really looking forward to making new artwork in GS Artists Swansea over the coming weeks.
I wish to experiment with materials and play with ideas that have been on my mind recently. In particular, I want to consider the possibilities of turning a small sketch in my sketchbook into 3D.
I am excited about using the gallery space as a studio and about creating work in a different location. I do not know what the end result will be or whether there will be a ‘finished’ work, but this I find inspiring”