The female form is both the subject and inspiration for Good’s work. Although the artist prefers to keep the materials simple, with soft paper and only one or two earthy pastel or charcoal colours, the resulting nude pieces are highly sculptural. The use of plain background allows the spectator to concentrate on the ‘form’ of the human body and, rather than creating a narrative in the work; Good allows the models to pose themselves, so as to capture natural moments, whether they be sleep, meditation or deep thought. Having come from a family of artists, Good studied Art at Winchester, has since had exhibitions around the UK and is currently represented by The Belgravia Gallery, London.
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