Tom Douglas’ expressionist work is allegory¬†and irony¬†oscillating between specific and ambiguous imagery and narrated by peculiar titles relating erratic forms to intimate content.

Varied from the disordered to rigid – his brushstrokes seem to bruise his canvas.

His subjects are often abstracted by the process of memory recording, storage, and retrieval to render subliminal quality.

A cultivated child-like sensitivity and a tortured 40 year hiatus spent curating/art dealing has resulted in an onslaught of artwork over 3 years with no signs of halting.