Ronald Hunter is a Dutch artist who worked for many years as a graphic designer before devoting himself to painting.
Elements of urban space, revisited
Within the same stylistic realm as Street Art, the inspiration for Ronald Hunter’s paintings comes from posters he finds in urban spaces. He then super-imposes layers of paint, plays on textures and typographical incorporation in order to reproduce the visual effect of the stacked, layered and torn posters.
The reflection of one’s own state of mind
Ronald Hunter creates compositions with abstract colours and shapes. Through quick and accentuated brushstrokes, the layers of colour give the impression of movement.
The colours in every work evoke a sense of texture and depth. The artist’s paintings bring an energetic yet serene atmosphere to the surrounding space depending on the way they’re viewed. One could look at the same work ten times and see something new every single time.