Felix Treadwell paints renditions of anxious adolescence. Universally relatable, his work operates as a form of therapy for present-day insecurities, anxiety and mental health.
Silent Commuter introduces the human and animal relationships explored through Treadwell’s wider practice. Reflecting on the monotony of his daily routine whilst working in London, Treadwell recalls a beautiful, yet fleeting moment of eye contact with the dog depicted.
For Treadwell, this looser painting style represents vulnerability. The edition appears melancholic on the surface, but possesses a deeper yearning for connection.
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