A handmade screenprint on delicate Kozo tissue paper, Arcadia is drawn from an 18th century Dutch tile mural, and is the artist’s first unique edition using the technique.
Nick Goss (b. 1981, Bristol) is a London-based artist whose work considers the psychology of place. Layering pigment, oil and screen print on linen, his paintings imagine people on the move in spaces haunted with dreams and memories. Goss often incorporates screen printing, as well as motifs related to his Dutch heritage into his work. Recent exhibitions include Josh Lilley, London (on view through November 27, 2020); Pallant House Gallery, Chichester; Contemporary Fine Arts, Berlin and Simon Preston Gallery, New York.