London Abstract Artist
Client base: corporate and private, architects, developers, interior design,
painter, oils and water based, abstract,
Influences: 20th century modern, abstract, contemporary.
Style: Gerhard Richter, Pollock, Rothko.
Representation: Art Advisors Consultants and Galleries.
Collections: public and private
Experience educationalist, therapist psycho dynamic principles involved in the process of Art and Education.
Master of Arts, Chelsea School of Art, London
Bachelor of Arts, University Wales
Post Graduate, Kings College
Slade School of Fine Art.
St. Ives Painting School.
Princes Drawing School.
Hesketh Hubbard Art Society
Federation of British Artists.
‘“Creativity requires the courage to let go of certainties." Erich Fromm
Storer's work embraces abstract and figurative styles, painted in thick impasto oil or water based paints such as acrylic or goache , on large canvases with palette knives, brushes and squeegees.
Pollock’s action painting including Rothko’s glazing techniques and the squeegee painting practised by Gerhard Richter influence this work. In particular Richter's polemic that "almost every work of art is an analogy" appeals to the artists sense of what it is to be human.
"Art is making sense and giving shape to that sense. It is like the religious search for God." Gerhard Richter.