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Sam Hewitt studied visual and performing art at Brighton University and fine art foundation at Stourbridge College. Prior to that, a Rudolph Steiner primary education and evening classes in figure drawing from former Goldsmiths lecturer Sam Rabin, have shaped his approach to colour and the human form.
Despite a successful music career with the band Clearlake, his focus has always been on painting and for the last eight years he has been producing oil paintings of urban landscapes. Modern life in Brighton is the inspiration for many of these.
"In painting street scenes I want to explore the nature of light and the beauty and purpose of the things and people it collides with. I find that sits well in opposition to a feeling of isolation or disconnection that can become habitual as we move around towns. The new work is about the space between us and the patterns we place ourselves in."
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