Roger Holtom

New Dawn
New Dawn

Mixed media on board | 98 x 80 cm | SOLD

Gentilezza
Gentilezza

Mixed media on board | 94 x 102 cm

The Road to Mandalay
The Road to Mandalay

Mixed media on board | 87 x 69 cm

Terranova
Terranova

Mixed media on board | 80 x 104 cm

Clementino
Clementino

Mixed media on board | 120 x 85 cm | SOLD

Io Non Esisto
Io Non Esisto

Mixed media on board | 105 x 105 cm

Scherzo
Scherzo

Mixed media on board | 64 x 64 cm

Candy Crush
Candy Crush

Mixed media on board | 82 x 68 cm

Blu cosi
Blu cosi

Mixed media on board | 71 x 92 cm

Candle Mambo
Candle Mambo

Mixed media on board | 81 x 66 cm

Before the Storm
Before the Storm

Mixed media on board | 122 x 152 cm | SOLD

Harlem Nocturne
Harlem Nocturne

Mixed media on board | 85 x 130 cm

Fuoco nel Bosco
Fuoco nel Bosco

Mixed media on board | 70 x 60 cm

Creme Brule
Creme Brule

Mixed media on board | 77 x 61 cm

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Roger Holtom uses an unorthodox mixture of oils, acrylics, household paints and varnishes to create an exciting and very personal portfolio of effects. His work is both visually and physically arresting.

Holtom manipulates his chosen medium to create abstract paintings full of wonder and awe. Are we looking into the depths of a dormant volcano or into the night sky? However the viewer responds to his work there is always a desire to see more. The tactility of the surface of Holtom’s work brings each painting closer to the individual. We are invited to experience each painting not just with our eyes but with our whole body.

“I have always been interested in the parallels between the various artistic disciplines and a personal exploration into the visual arts has proved to be a refreshing complement to a formal musical education.”

Roger Holtom

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