Trevor Winkfield’s rebus-like paintings seem to emphatically tell a story. No matter how long and intently you look at them, however, the tale remains elusive. In this new series of brightly hued, hard-edge compositions featuring images of butterflies, fish, orange slices and mushrooms, as well as wholly abstract shapes, the Leeds-born New, York-based artist is at his vibrant, thought-provoking best.
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