It’s no secret that all artists start off copying, or at the very least basing, their style off of a more famous or skilled artist. From there, they begin refining their skills. Eventually, they come up with their own style that makes their works unique from other people. However, while all artists have their own unique styles, some artist’s styles are more unique and stand out more compared to others.
Case in point, the art style of Jason Anderson.
Hailing from Dorset, England, Jason Anderson first got his start working on restoration projects. Among the places he’s worked on are the Wells Cathedrals, the York Minister, and the Gloucester.
Having worked on these old cathedrals, specifically, their stained glasses, helped inspire Jason to come up with his own style, which he has since been using to recreate modern landscapes into warm and colorful pieces that belong in everyone’s living room.
The combination of colors and shapes can make Jason’s abstract paintings look “off” at first, but if you look closely enough, you’ll appreciate just how much detail goes into each work.
Be sure to scroll down below to see more of Jason’s works.