Colourdrunk – Fine Art
Colourdrunk – Fine Art in Redditch, Worcestershire. The striking Oil Paintings of Artist Steve Pound. Oil Paintings on Canvas by Artist Steve Pound. Steve Pound’s painting style has been called ‘Surreal, Abstract, Psychedelic, Synaesthetic, Shamanic, Esoteric, Gothic and Cyberpunk.
Bursting with colour the bizarre paintings, drawings and digital art by Artist Steve Pound tell many a crazy story and will have you twisting your brain as you search for meaning to the madness.
and here’s the NEWS:
Pour yourself in to the POP UP GALLERY
Please visit my latest exhibition featuring selected pieces from the Headless Cross Water tower Series in the Pop Up Gallery (opposite Muffin Break) Kingfisher Shopping Centre, Redditch (Organised by Arts in Redditch) Read Redditch Standard’s News Report Here
I am extremely excited to annouce I have been commissioned to unleash my oil paints upon a motorbike!
The bike is a Suzuki Bandit 600. The commission which is part or a resoration project by mechanical expert Oliver Turney will see parts of the bike including the tank primed ready for the oil paiting to take place which will then ultimately be sealed ready for use. The theme will be the Antelope.
Stay tuned to see how this progresses!
Mayor of Redditch Joe Baker with ‘King Kong’s WaterScraper’ by Colourdrunk’s Steve Pound in Headless Cross on October 1st 2016.
‘I am insprired to explore the metaphysical, surreal, psychedelic, synaesthetic, spritual, spectral, shamanic, quantum and interstellar properties of the ever present Watertower…’
The Art created by over 100 kids at last years Colourdrunk Art Workshop at the Redditch Bandstand Festival features in an enormous banner advertising Bandstand Events in Redditch. Steve Pound created the banner design using 100 paintings of the theme ‘Paint how you Feel’.
Headless Cross Watertower, Iconic Redditch Landmark viewed differently…. I have tried to capture the awesome majesty of this beautiful piece of architecture and top secret facility built using alien technology.
I had the absolute honour of working with the wonderful kids and staff of Pitcheroak School in Batchley, Redditch when I was invited to be the Artist in Residence at their wonderful Circus Day on June 17th.
I ran an all day Art workshop where I helped 5 classes of various ability kids to create a large piece of Art and all the kids contributed to the artwork. We had alot of fun and what started as a clown picture soon became an amazing Pitcheroak Psychedelic Space Clown which I think should be exhibited in the Tate Gallery in London!