PRLog - Jan. 30, 2012 - CENTRAL LONDON, U.K. -- London based artist and curator, James Apichart Jarvis, has recently started a new blog called Art Starting which serves as an casual progress report that charts his attempt to become a professional artist. Additional tips and subject matters showcase his interesting style of being honest and direct about his work.
James Apichart Jarvis
Much of Jarvis's inspiration originates from his time in the United States; studying abroad at the University of Miami and the subsequent road trip around the nation via the Greyhound bus service which recalled the romantic notion of Jack Kerouac's On the Road. He is currently working on an exhibition of his work that explores the themes of the normality of modern America.
Jarvis's work has primarily been focused on an obsessive need to depict the real from his early passion with drawing and now the oil paint medium. The range of artists who has affected him are those who have a strong background in the technical before moving onto the distinctive style; Gerhard Richter, David Hockney, Chuck Close, Vincent Van Gogh, and Piet Mondrian.
Read his art blog, Art Starting, by following this link: http://artstarting.blogspot.com/
You can also follow his Twitter account @JJarvisartist.
For more details about James Apichart Jarvis follow this link: http://artstarting.blogspot.com/
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Jarvis states that the aim of his work is “to induce the experience of exploration and fascination through paintings that experiment present a range of techniques and an architectural based composition”