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Gavin Larkin

Creativity runs deep, and from painting en plein air to creating unique, colourful and contemporary three-dimensional abstracts in the studio, is where I’m in my element.

I derive much satisfaction and enjoyment by using and experimenting with new and different materials.

Artwork by Gavin Larkin
Gavin Larkin - Candy Stripe
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Candy Stripe

80cm x 70cm

R 14,000

Gavin Larkin - Butterfly Kisses
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Butterfly Kisses

80cm x 70cm

R 14,000

Gavin Larkin - Stetrau
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Stetrau

64.5cm x 64.5cm

R 16,900

Gavin Larkin - Imbala
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Imbala

64.5cm x 64.5cm

R 16,900

Gavin Larkin - Marylin
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Marylin

133cm x 133cm

R 99,500

Gavin Larkin - Ways
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Ways

64.5cm x 64.5cm

R 12,000

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I was born in Port Elizabeth, South Africa, and from a young age showed a keen visual interest in the world around me, encouraged by a strong artistic flair that runs through my family.

While studying art, I was fascinated and inspired by the French Impressionist Movement of the 1870s, and the unique characteristics the artists introduced into their work – not least the accurate depiction of light and its changing qualities. Following my studies in art, photography and graphic design, I pursued a long and successful career in the advertising industry. The variation and creativity of visual material and ideas/concepts required in this profession has certainly influenced my painting and photography.

Creativity runs deep, and from painting en plein air to creating unique, colourful and contemporary three-dimensional abstracts in the studio, is where I’m in my element. I derive much satisfaction and enjoyment by using and experimenting with new and different materials.

As with painting, the art of photography holds a special appeal and interest for me. Truly understanding composition, imagery, light and timing are key to mastering this magnificent medium. “To take a photograph is to align the head, the eye, and the heart. It’s a way of life” – Henri Cartier-Bresson.
Capturing that one and only fleeting moment on camera is the most challenging and rewarding achievement for me.

I believe success is achieving a timelessness in my work, and one in which collectors of my art pieces never tire of the visual enjoyment experienced.

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