Chris Coombes makes paintings of trees.

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Result #2

Chris Coombes makes paintings of trees. They are, of course, still very much there. But Coombes has made the trees into the canvas, into the medium. And he has done this by using a number of techniques, including the use of paints that are nearly impossible to apply. The canvas is left raw, and the paintings are still there, almost as canvases.The next show was a group of paintings on paper. The first was a group of six painted photographs of trees. The pictures are of a kind of landscape, but the leaves are not exactly in the foreground, and the leaves are almost always in a different part of the tree. The viewer is invited to choose the most appropriate leaf. In the final work, the final image is an enlarged enlargement of the originals. The original is a very fragile, delicate thing, and the enlargement is a very delicate thing. The work is a delicate thing, and the viewer is invited to choose the most appropriate leaf. The work is very much about the experience of the other, and the experience is a very good one. The paintings are very delicate things. The paintings are very much about the experience of the other, and the experience is a very good one. The work is very much about the experience of the other, and the experience is a very good one. The paintings are very much about the experience of the other, and the experience is a very good one. The work is very much about the experience of the other, and the experience is a very good one. The paintings are very much about the experience of the other, and the experience is a very good one. The work is very much about the experience of the other, and the experience is a very good one. The paintings are very much about the experience of the other, and the experience is a very good one. The work is very much about the experience of the other, and the experience is a very good one.

Result #3

Chris Coombes makes paintings of trees. They are, in fact, simply two of the many possible permutations of a single tree. It is a pleasure to see such paintings, but not to see Coombes at all, and this is certainly not to say that he is an artist who paints tree trunks or anything else. Rather, he is a painter who paints trees. Like the other painters who work with trees, he uses a technique which allows him to make his work a little bit more visible. He has never taken a photograph of a tree, but he has made several attempts to do so. The initial step was to photograph the trunk of the tree, then to paint the skin of the trunk in a way that would allow one to see the image clearly. Finally, Coombes photographed the trunk and painted it. These efforts were unsuccessful, and the artist decided to paint the skin. The result was a sort of allegory of the impossibility of ever painting the trunk again, and the result of this allegory was the creation of a new work, which was also the beginning of the new process.Coombes is a very thorough artist. He works in a controlled, controlled way. He does not paint without thinking about it and his results are very controlled. He avoids the temptation to give the appearance of being a real painter, but it is really quite difficult to find such a thing in a gallery. The only way of making the work visible is to paint it. The results are usually rather boring, and the paintings are often too much like wallpaper, or rather, too little. The result is that Coombes is able to give the impression of being an accomplished and well-versed artist, and a good one at that. He has made a very convincing case for the continuing importance of painting in art.John Graham is an artist who paints trees. His paintings are quite different from those of Coombes. Grahams trees are painted, not on canvas, but on wood.

Result #4

Chris Coombes makes paintings of trees. The trees are, in fact, made of matted feathers that have been gathered in his studio, and the feathers are applied in a wryly comic-book style to the surface of the picture plane. The feathers are not painted, but are left to dry naturally and will be slightly stained and colored. The birds are made of the same material as the trees; but, the feathers are painted black and the black is sewn on, and the feathers are left to dry naturally. This is the most recent of Coombes efforts to make work that is simultaneously serious and playful. He has also made an installation of wooden shelves, on which he has painted an image of himself. He has also made a video with the same title as the work.The exhibition was not without its problems. The work was presented in a way that made the shows title—The Painters Studio—a bit of a stretch. There is, for example, a series of paintings, including one in which a circle is bisected by a crescent. The other paintings in the show were of photographs of paintings by David Salle and of work by a group of young artists, including a group of young artists in their twenties. The shows title seemed to be a bit too direct, and a bit too sentimental. Still, the works were, in fact, all very good.And yet, it is possible to say that the exhibition was too much like a museum show. I think that this is an appropriate response to the fact that, in the past, the art world has been concerned with presenting and defending art, and has not, in the end, been concerned with presenting and defending the work of art. The world is too big for that. One wonders whether the problem is that, in the end, there is too much art. Maybe the problem is that the work is too much like painting, too much like the world.

Result #5

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