Through the simplest lines of oil, charcoal, pencil and print, Bruce French's visual and autobiographical diaries express mass emotion. In fact, by removing the subjects' individual physical features, French enhances their emotional weight, creating a tension between the viewer and the faceless sitters.
His faceless images reflect the challenges of life, love and death in the contemporary world. Speaking about his work and unique style, French has said: "The images are not necessarily about a particular person but about enabling an emotive empathy - an instinctive humanistic understanding."
Darkness is the Absence of Light, Beige on paper
Darkness is the Absence of Light, Signed Liited Edition Prints and artworks from Bruce French at Hang-Up Contemporary, the UK's fastest growing online Contemporary Art Gallert