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  1. Presenting my newest range of original artwork.

    Inspired by modern architecture and the minimalist aesthetic.

    These original pieces are available from my Shop/Gallery Page, Saatch Art and ArtFinder with worldwide delivery available.

    Each piece is painted with acrylic paint onto a framed stretched canvas measuring 20 x 16 inches.

    The colour black draws upon a number of emotions and themes: Style and silence, wealth and loss, affluence and grief, coolness and emptyness, timeless and secretive, power and sadness, beginnings and endings



  2. I'll be exhibiting four original paintings at Sense and Sensibility: Yin and Yang at the Winchester Gallery -  31 August - 6th September


    winchester gallery exhibition dominic joyce 1


    Sense and Sensibility : Yin and Yang

    Working from the Chinese philosophy of yin and yang, two contrasting sides to the human brain which represent logic and emotion, or sense and sensibility, this exhibition displays work of art by local and international artists who create their work in either a system of logic or emotion, such as geometric patterns and evocative paint.

    The concept of this exhibition is based on the symbol of Tai Chi. Reflecting the theme sense and sensibility, Tai Chi is the result of mixing ‘Yin and Yang’. ‘Yin’ being the concept of sensibility, meaning capacity for sensation or feeling and it can be connected to words such as female, soft and emotion. On the other side, ‘Yang’ represents sense, which stands for male, hard or logic. From the start of ‘Wu Chi’ (nothing) to the form of two dichotomy theory Yin and Yang and in the end combining into Tai Chi (everything). Our primary objective of the exhibition is to not only display artworks of sense or sensibility, but also the art of combining both concepts because everything in life has two sides and they could also be seen in one place.

    Private Show: Taichi performance
    18:00 31st August

    Chloe Beecham(UK)
    Dominic Joyce (UK)
    Jiaqi Luan (CN)
    Xiaolei Tian (CN)

    Abigail Day, Amy Wu, Kristin Xu and Maggie Wang