Luke’s Modern Art

I really like this.

About Luke:

I grew up in a small West Yorkshire town called Batley, though actually born in Dewsbury, which is only about 10 minutes away.
While still at Batley Boys High School, I was diagnosed with Leukaemia aged 15. (Actually the week before I turned 16).
​The treatment left me in a wheelchair due to complications from the 6 months I spent in ICU.
​Once at home I set myself rehabilitation goals. Including speech and physical theropies and art for a pastime. This is now something I try to do daily and have found abstract and mixed media to be my favourites.
Im self taught from youtube and books from which I learnt many techniques, which shows in my art.
I’m now 30 and live at home with help. I have a positive attitude to life and take my inspirations from people, places and things I see throughout my day.

3 thoughts on “Luke’s Modern Art

  1. mboydp

    Good for his positive attitude. Geez, 6 months in ICU would leave anyone with serious deficits. I wonder what he mixed his pigment with to get this bubble effect….

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  2. Bix Post author

    I haven’t always been attracted to, how would you say, nonrepresentational art? Guess I’m changing.

    He has others in this vein but the one I posted up top is my favorite. This one has too much red in it:

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