A Freedom and Flight in Dominic Chambers’ “Leave Room for the Wind”

Dominic Chambers has focused much of his career on painting places with space. There is always a sense that his characters are thinking about or trying to get themselves into either a physical or spiritual place where there is room to breath. To be free. To have arms outstretched and a place to run. When I interviewed him in 2020, he told me, “I am a very active person. That was something that really got me: I’m totally complicit in this hyperactivity, 24/7 thing. I was in that system. And I do think it’s incredibly unfulfilling in a sense. Where you don’t know how to catch up with yourself. And someone who’s seemingly stable, or people who have their shit…

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