Philip Goddard was born in Birmingham; he moved to London to attend Chelsea School of Art and later the Slade School. In the early 1980's he moved to a studio on the bank of the Thames and it is here that he first began to incorporate construction into his work. He combined found objects, such as washed-up scrap and wood, with colour to create unique and striking structures.
Goddard's constructions are amalgamations of various landscapes observed on a continuous journey "Each work is a hybrid of a sense of place, of memory, of materials and colour expressed in a combination of representation and abstraction".
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