Stewart Geddes

works

'SEITERG'; 51X61cm_DSC5464
'LANDIS'; 60X80cm; acrylic on canvas_DSC5436
'SHANWORE'; 122X160cm; acrylic on canvas_DSC5176
Seiterg
Acrylic on canvas
51 x 61cm
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Landis
Acrylic on canvas
60 x 80cm
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Shanwore
Acrylic on canvas
122 x 160cm
£4250
'SKORDIAR'; 90X121cm_DSC5314
Noorosc stewart geddes 76x102cm
Peeza stewart geddes 60x76cm, acrylic on canvas
Skordiar
Acrylic on canvas
90 x 121cm
£2850
Noorosc
Acrylic on canvas
76 x 102cm
£1350
Peeza
Acrylic on canvas
60 x 76cm
£1150
'ZYLBERBERG'; 51X61cm_DSC5471
'STANTON'; 60X80cm; acrylic on canvas_DSC5429
'TORRAL'; 90X121cm_DSC5300
Zylberberg
Acrylic on canvas
51 x 61cm
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Stanton
Acrylic on canvas
60 x 80cm
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Torral
Acrylic on canvas
90 x 121cm
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'PIPINOL'; 76X102cm; acrylic on canvas_DSC5396
'NALLESEND'; 60X80cm; acrylic on canvas_DSC5410
'LOHNOYE'; 60X80cm; acrylic on canvas_DSC5505
Lohnoye
Acrylic on canvas
60 x 80cm
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Pipinol
Acrylic on canvas
76 x 102cm
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Nallesend
Acrylic on canvas
60 x 80cm
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'RANLEY'; 90X121cm; acrylic on canvas_DSC5311
'CADORE'; 90X121cm_DSC5337
'CIRTEX'; 121X90cm_DSC5333
Ranley
Acrylic on canvas
90 x 121cm
£2850
Cadore
Acrylic on canvas
90 x 121cm
£2850
Cirtex
Acrylic on canvas
121 x 90cm
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'NOVI'; 40X51cm_DSC5480
'LLANFRETAW'; 60X80cm; acrylic oncanvas_DSC5421
'LORWELL'; 121X90cm_DSC5202
Novi
Acrylic on canvas
40 x 51cm
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Llanfretaw
Acrylic on canvas
60 x 80cm
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Lorwell
Acrylic on canvas
121 x 90cm
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biography

Stewart Geddes is a painter and curator. He curated ‘Albert Irvin and Abstract Expressionism’ in conjunction with the Albert Irvin Estate and Tate Gallery at the Royal West of England Academy (RWA), December 2018 – March 2019. He is Past President of the RWA, where he remains an Academician, as well as an Honorary Royal Scottish Academician. Most recently Geddes has completed a collaboration with Philip Selway of Radiohead, in which he made a number of paintings to go alongside Selway’s solo albums ‘Strange Dance’ and ‘Live at Evolution Studios’.

“My paintings are improvisations in which the point of departure is a proposed cluster of colours. I have two stock tactics for activating the rectangle – a meandering linear gesture, and an amorphous puddle of paint – once this first draft is complete, a period of reflection takes place where I consider my next move. And so it goes, until resolution is found.

Although I think of my paintings as autonomous, I’m aware they are spatial and draw in other references. I think of them as like landscapes with the scale of a room.”