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The Recent Drawings and Ceramics of David Fullarton

David Fullarton balances striking figurative drawing with humorous and conceptual text work, with recent work that leans wholly in either direction. His recent plates, in particular, show his knack for the deceptively simple. Fullarton was last featured on HiFructose.com here.

David Fullarton balances striking figurative drawing with humorous and conceptual text work, with recent work that leans wholly in either direction. His recent plates, in particular, show his knack for the deceptively simple. Fullarton was last featured on HiFructose.com here.

“He inhabits a dingy studio filled with half empty notebooks, scraps of paper covered in scribbled phrases and other random ephemera that he incorporates into his artwork,” a statement says. “These elements represent the often overlooked stuff of daily life , which is the root of Mr Fullarton’s inspiration. He sees beauty in the ways people manage to find joy and meaning in the minutiae.”

See more of his work below.

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