Art Psychology — 21 July 2012

At first glance it looks like a drawing on the paper and then the base reminds you it is wire, yes, line drawings done with wire, amazing perfect!

Gavin Worth bends the black wire into something he thinking about at the first instinct. The background of his creations, a simple colored paper or just a wall, is there to intensify the power of this minimal figures. Worth’s creations have a directness that captivates you immediately. The human body is depicted in an almost tender way and sometimes just a simple detail can transmit all the passion that his heroes feel.

Keep silent.

A face gazing from behind tightly wrapped arms.

Woman adjusting her hair.

Gavin has followed a road less traveled and make it simple, natural even unique. More or less because he never attended art school his spare time has nurtured a lifelong obsession with drawing, painting, and sculpture.

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