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Matthew Davis is a Berlin-based artist born in Colchester, England, in 1969.
Using a brush, he lets oil paint drip onto a canvas to form small pools of color. Each pool needs to dry for several days before he can add another layer, making it a relatively unique working process that demands patience.
The end result is a dense, multi-dimensional surface. Apart from large traditional canvases, Davis also paints on large sheets of aluminum.
His work has been collected and exhibited across the United Kingdom and in Berlin.
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