The English artist Oliver Perry proposes a language composed of outbursts of extreme creativity which permit him to produce works of intense figurative richness in which lyrical-narrative components come to completion in the explanatory attention which the artist applies to the titles of the pieces.
Even though his inspiration is derived from an objective and phenomenal reality, he does not privilege this exclusively, rendering visual elements with the expression and perception of something mysterious and magical that appeals even to the most sensitive soul.
Atmospheres of emotional importance, as in a vision suspended in a state of uncertainty far from any point of reference in time and space, are the pretext for a personal investigation into the human condition which avails itself of a formal disembodying of cubist heritage in which the object does not however solidify itself in exasperated geometric structures but prefers a more complete abundance thanks to a vocabulary based on fluctuating rhythms and anthropomorphic silhouettes with surrealistic characteristics.
Figures are defined by a delicate and distinct outline which designs the forms in the light of liquid and limpid colours. Chromatic brilliance - where even the shadows are formed by other shades - extend over large areas, give life to continual tension between form, line and colour, achieving expressive visions of a singular metamorphic effect.