MEDICI GALLERY, Cork Street, London
|Field of Flax,|
|A Stroll around the Gherkin|
Kidd demonstrates his fascination with 'patterns and mathematics, the poetry of the indecipherable', and the pleasure of 'playing with different perspectives - giving the illusion of the reality, and keeping it simple'.
|The Calm Before...|
Lastly comes this serene beach, each pebble in its place, the silvery turquoise sea apparently in a moment of torpor and the groynes like guns pointing downwards with military precision. No fluttering gulls, no crumbly footprints, no sign of any life at all. But the sky is lowering and the dashes of red quiver to gain attention. And then there is the title. We can guess how it ends...'The Calm Before...the Storm'.www.michaelkidd.net/