Director Martyn Pick is displaying a compilation of his artwork from the last few years at Prime Focus’ Dean St Commercials facility in London’s Soho.
The new images that Martyn has produced are based on a theory about the broad building blocks of epic film construction, and the collection will include four new specially created images.
Martyn began his career in fine art painting and drawing. In recent years he has worked on a succession of films both long and short that have used his directing skills in various ways as part of a collaborative process. Martyn Pick on his current show, “with this exhibition what I specifically want to convey is my filmic/painterly vision at its least diluted and most controlled. It is a compilation of my strongest artwork over the last few years.”
Recent projects that Martyn has worked on include climate change documentary The Age of Stupid which he animation directed, and Ultramarines his first feature as a director where he combined live action facial acting with CGI animation and matte painted backgrounds.
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