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During the 1990s my work took an important turn. In the late 80s I produced a number of bas relief works which were limited in size because of the techniques I was using and they were fragile enough to give a transport problem. This was overcome in 1990 by realising that acrylic paint would allow me to work in the round and then stretch the work to produce a flat piece. This coincided with a move in my ideas which became based more on the biological sciences.

Links to Ken Palmer on Other Sites 

  Scotland's Artists     Ionist Arts Group     Prismatic    Saatchi - Gallery

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