Greg Dunn

‘Greg Dunn creates traditional Japanese and Chinese ink drawings, Dunn’s paintings show an almost shocking contrast between pastel backgrounds and stunning black or white neuron-shaped skeins that splatter into the foreground with the urgency of captured lightning.

Look again, and you may think you are looking at an underwater scene – neurons like octopi dancing together, or regions of the brain like blooming deep-sea clams or curling sea snails. The viewer may forget momentarily, while seized by the aesthetics, that these are artistic depictions of what happens in very tiny spaces of our own heads when we think, feel, and perceive.’

http://www.artandsciencejournal.com/post/61764437206/greg-dunn

I really like Dunn’s work and having had a look at some of my ink drawings, can draw on similarities of style in his work and mine.’