Sinclair has often been described as the Tim Burton of the art world, with her dynamic colour palette and vivid imagination it's no wonder that her work series is like taking a walk through a technicolour nightmare.
As us at Banging Art know, Sinclair originally started out as a photographer but she found some paint and hallelujah a new world of craziness, wackiness and beauty from within began.
In fact, to be serious, Sinclair is not wacky at all, as she is one of the founders of a new art movement. As gone are the art movements of impressionism, cubism, and surrealism, and even stuckism has hit the manifesto dust, as in its place is the covid and post-covid art movement of absurdism.
Absurdism is not in any way called thus because Sinclair and her artistic group believe that their work is absurd or intentionally ridiculous, but because the participants are at a higher-lower level, in that their philosophy rises above and injects a deeper meaning, that we live in a chaotic universe, which we really do with the onset of Covid rules, and their work reflects the purposeless of life and art and even the futility of life, but it still captures the wonderful drama, shocvk and absurdness of living.
Exclusive to the Banging Art Gallery, 'Forever a Pizza Me' is part of the 'Food Junkie' collection by Nottingham based artist Don't Get Cute. A limited edition of 50 prints, measuring 60 x 60 cm. Don't Get Cute's Food Junkie collection explores the intrinsic bond of our love junk food with questions about mortality.