Artist Edward Lyons studied at the Slade School of Art in London in 1979. Prior to this, he completed an art diploma followed by a B.A (hons) in Comparative and Social Studies at Essex University.
His work covers a broad range of subjects and concepts including: the psychology of perception, perceptual psychology and eye motion studies.
Edward is currently producing a short film called the Science of Colour and preparing for his next major exhibition at the Shell Technology Centre, Wythenshawe, Manchester.
Edward says about his work:
“Drawing the world is how I began my artistic life wishing to make something specific from all the information overload of reality and drawing remains the start of the creative process no matter how unrecognisably different the end product is.
My influences were (in the first instance) the French impressionists followed by the German expressionists and then on to conceptual abstraction and finally a constructionist approach to city experiences and the human presence which go beyond mere representation of what is there but become emotional and intellectual expression of forms that are not there but which should be there. In other words a considered product of the creative imagination.”
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