Tim Bavington's paintings which mix the styles of traditional art with a freer spray stripe painting are the all-over ones that fill his canvas with color stripes consisting of group unit created by colors. Text and words the artist has made are converted to bar-codes through computer work and his simple-looking images, rather, are converted to a code which is undecipherable to abstract image through the processes of getting extended and painted on canvas.
Tim Bavington's color bar code paintings which are based on binary scale, a symbolic mark of many things that today's society produces in large quantities use the vast data of mathematics, musical signs, and color mixing theory that range from the third century ancient greece to Italian renaissance as the source of work.
This LEEAHN Gallery, Changwon's private exhibition of Tim Bavington mainly consists of works showing musical diversity and his painting works introduced in the exhibition are the ones in which he mixed music of a few generations ago with today's art, which gives an effect like music hypnotizing people. His paintings that feel like listening to guitar solos can be said to be a harmony of light and colors, which 12 different colors and 12 different tones create. Following the color stripe units that fill the long canvas like reading the movement forming music, you must be able to feel the visual music the artist planted in the works.
Artist Tim Bavington was born in U.K. in 1996 and currently works at Las Vegas. He has held private exhibitions more than 20 times in New York, London and Paris, etc., and his works are owned by The Museum of Modern Art(MOMA), New York, Fredrick R. Weisman Collection, Museum of Contemporary Art, San Diego and Portland Art Museum, Portland, etc.
LEEAHN Gallery, Changwon holds his first private exhibition in Korea and we hope you, the lovers of art will have a deep interest in it.