Adelaide based painter, Luke Hunter, uses humour and darkness to send a message through his graphic pieces. Luke experiments with texture and pop art to create pieces that confuse and delight. His art reflects a modern day interpretation of the neo-expressionist movement from New York in the late eighties and early nineties.
Luke shares with us his innermost thoughts and feelings, opening us up to a visual representation of the most common mental health issue facing someone you know right now; anxiety.
The images provided are from previous exhibitions.
I am currently working on a series of paintings that demonstrates the emotions and highs and lows of someone struggling with mental health throughout their ‘daily routine’.