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PAUL KESSLING PARAMOUDRA
PAUL KESSLING UMBRA
PAUL KESSLING SKYWRITING
Paul Kessling Private Road with Annie
Paul Kessling Private Road East
Paul Kessling Manor Farm Private Road
Paul Kessling Pine Tree Red
Paul Kessling Private Road East study
Paul Kessling Black Mill ll
Paul Kessling Private Road North
Paul Kessling Private Road Black Mill
Paul and Kate Kessling DOT MATRIX 12/3
Paul Kessling and Kate Kessling Dot Matrix 35/1 Terminal - Close up
Paul Kessling and Kate Kessling DOT MATRIX 28/1
Paul Kessling and Kate Kessling DOT MATRIX 35/1 PIMLICO 2013
Paul and Kate Kessling Dot Matrix 35/1 Terminal
Paul Kessling and Kate Kessling DOT MATRIX 77/1 ALL IS NUMBER
Paul Kessling and Kate Kessling DOT MATRIX 12/2
Paul Kessling Private Road Studio image.Work in progress
Born 1965 Dundee, Scotland
1984 Goldsmiths University - Foundation
1985 - 1987 BA Wimbledon School of Art - Sculpture
1987- 1989 MA Royal College of Art - Sculpture
4th May - 5th June 2013 Paul Kessling and Kate Kessling
Modern Artists Gallery are proud to present a two-man collective MATRIX. Two artists, Paul Kessling (MA London Royal College of Art) Kate Kessling (MA London Goldsmiths) combining multidisciplinary skills.
"Somehow because we travel so much, and try to see so much,
we lose that absolute intimacy with our own immediate environment."
Sir Norman Ackroyd CBE, RA, ARCA, RE, MA
Paul Kessling paints outdoors, immersing himself in the landscape. His journey has seen him return time and time again to a particular place on the Downs, a place that continues to intrigue and inspire him. He calls it ‘The Private Road’ and it is an old farm road lined with ivy-covered pine trees that traverses a small valley below the ancient Ridgeway.
“Old roads go deeper, and I have been returning to this place to paint for more than ten years. The trees of the Private Road preside over a modern agricultural landscape like Easter Island statues. Behind and above them sit Grim’s Ditch and the Ridgeway; a prehistoric earthwork and an ancient trackway – Britain’s oldest road. The trees stand as sentinels to a rich farming past that has been replaced with vast fields worked by modern machines which lay bare the undulations of the earths’ surface.” Paul Kessling
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