The unresting paintbrush in Rob Caddick’s hands heavily sweats to achieve its goal―becoming an organical and mechanical lense.
I lllllllove! Football! I feel myself playing, I hear the crowd shouting… I have to get back on the pitch! Now! I must see a game in the stadium! Immediately!
“I would describe my style as being somewhere between Monet’s Lilies and the 1973 FA Cup final! This may seem strange but the arrival of color television during my childhood was other-worldly hence the red and white of Sunderland that wet May day being etched in rich Technicolor for ever.”
“Life has brought me full circle, back to the loves of my childhood – football and painting. I have realized that nothing gives me more pleasure than capturing the essence of football, striving to convey the intense emotion of the beautiful game that is a metaphor for our lives.”