Graham Potter creates reliefs, constructions, paintings and prints using the Constructivist language of geometric and architectonic forms. His constructivism work can be seen at grahampotter.com
The principles of constructivism theory are derived from three main movements that evolved in the early part of the 20th century: Suprematism in Russia, De Stijl (Neo Plasticism) in Holland and the Bauhaus in Germany. Constructivism has been closely associated with architecture and the applied arts from its beginning. These early movements were idealistic, seeking a new order in art and architecture that dealt with social and economic problems.
Constructivist Art (Constructivism) is a term used to define a type of totally abstract (non-representational) relief construction, sculpture, kinetics and painting. The work is ordered and often minimal, geometric, spatial, architectonic and experimental in the use of industrial material.
Other websites you might be interested in visiting include the Leigh Art Trail in Leigh on Sea, and Richard Baxter's handmade pottery website.