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Alexander Seccombe
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Winter Spring Trees
Acrylic & Gouache on Canvas
48" x 37" 

    Winter Spring Trees

    Acrylic & Gouache on Canvas
    48" x 37"
  • BlueYellow panel
Acrylic & Gouache on Canvas
72" x 62" 

    BlueYellow panel

    Acrylic & Gouache on Canvas
    72" x 62"
  • Aura
Acrylic on Canvas
60" x 48" 

    Aura

    Acrylic on Canvas
    60" x 48"
  • Blue Panel
Acrylic & Gouache on Canvas
74.5" x 65" 

    Blue Panel

    Acrylic & Gouache on Canvas
    74.5" x 65"
  • Burst
Acrylic on Canvas
48" x 48" 

    Burst

    Acrylic on Canvas
    48" x 48"
  • Galactic/Efflorescent
Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
65.5" x 100" 

    Galactic/Efflorescent

    Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
    65.5" x 100"
  • Glass Wave
Acrylic on Canvas
48" x 48" 

    Glass Wave

    Acrylic on Canvas
    48" x 48"
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Alexander Seccombe

ALEXANDER SECCOMBE

Digitally Represented Artist


Alexander Seccombe is an English artist living and working in Savannah, Georgia (USA). The artist creates textured abstract expressionist pieces using fine acrylic paints, gouache, ink, oil, water, polymer mediums, as well as other materials including the use of naturally found objects as paint applicators; all applied with various techniques- such as blade scraping, onto custom-made cotton canvases,. He describes his method as 'attacking the canvas', as he emotionally and energetically administers gestural strokes amidst organic, raw, and textured details. His works are defined by their bold color schemes, textured surface, and emotionally-driven dynamic energy.

The self-taught artist holds a BA in Art History from Oxford Brookes University (UK). Being exposed to different cultures, countries, communities and environments from a young age has greatly inspired and informed his artistic practice. He draws inspiration from his travels, which have taken him everywhere from off-the-grid exotic islands, to major urban cities in both hemispheres, packed with era-defining art and architecture, and cultural and historical treasures.