ROBBIE GALLOWS: SHADOWS OF THE PAST
Art Market|Issue #53 November 2020
I paint my memories, so people will know how we used to live, and then I am reminded that Punk is not dead; it has evolved, and it remains within me, and in the world I live in. - Robbie Gallows

I long for the old days of dingy smoke-filled clubs and Punk culture. I look around the back alleys of my mind and seek inspiration from the shadows of the past and the different greens of a brilliant new generation. When I get ready to paint, I close my eyes and imagine the scene. I'll start painting; then I'll forget everything, everything except how things used to be.

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