Imagery that conveys cinematic narrative, offering a single frozen image of multifarious direction and scope, like stills from a movie. The stare of an ambiguous man, the outstretched arm of a fleeing bride, the glint of a Desoto’s black paintwork.
Imagery that removes you from the flurry of the moment, taking hold of what resides beneath it. Works of the heart that strive to soften and breathe harmony into the various rooms of your home. Love in bloom, bodies held close, the image of togetherness.
Imagery that enhances your surrounding with dynamic locations, character and emotion. Works of movement, life and travel, that aim to furnish the walls that protect your home. The blue at St.Pancras Station, a siacre carriage, the laughter of vietnamese children.
Imagery that uses humour to address the challenges and chores of everyday life. Works that would be at home in any couples bedroom or lounge. A man who falls out of bed by his sleeping wife, roles reversed between couples.
Imagery of covert narrative and hidden meaning. Works that do not shout or persuade but ask the viewer to stare and question. The falling of shadows on faces, the silhouette of a woman, the glowing light on the face of a man in the dark.
''A whisper is louder than a shout. Don’t speak to be heard. Speak to be understood.'' Mahc Beau.
Imagery that displays the breadth of human art, societal customs and traditions. Works that are as diverse in nature as the various rooms of your home. A lady on a film director set, the fumes of a cigar, the cuffing of a man by a female police officer.
An eclectic collection of imagery that cannot be placed under a single theme. Works that could be displayed in any given room of your house. A woman peering over a balcony alone, an inviting pair of eyes, the keys of an old typewriter.
Imagery of unfolding narratives told through a sequence of four or six pictures. Strong pieces of developing narrative. The silent duel between a couple for the quilt, a woman in conversation, a lonely man in thought.
Imagery that portray individuals of strength, power and resolve at the very summit of the world’s stage. These pictures of presidents, leaders, celebrity royals, congressmen and monarch display the fundamental characteristics that helped shape the world in which we live in today. A rare image of the Queen, prime minister Margaret Thatcher, Prince Philip and Lady Mountbatten at the unveiling of a statue to Lord Louis Mountbatten in 1983, a younger Mikhail Gorbachev - arguably Russia most beloved president, a rare and private photograph of Aristotle Onassis talking with his friend Sir Winston Churchill, David Bowie dressed in white on the QE2 liner, Marlon Brando on the streets of London, the Rolling Stones sitting outside Mick and Keith's flat in Edith Grove, Chelsea...
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Quotations from the personal work and thoughts of the multi-sensory artist, Mahc Beau. His hand written intimate sentiments and frame of mind.
"Beautiful things do not seek for attention. They hide so we can seek them. And we find them because they are beautiful." - Mahc Beau.