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Wild Swimming at East India Basin by Frank Creber

Wild Swimming at East India Basin by Frank Creber

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Acrylic on canvas


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  • Artist Statement

    Frank Creber draws inspiration from topographical cityscape drawings created on location in London, interwoven with figure drawings from observations and memories. These elements contribute to a personal visual chronicle that encapsulates the new emerging London, encompassing both its physical transformation and evolving social dynamics.


    Venturing into the city Creber captures the essence of open spaces in London's bustling confines. Back in his studio, he skilfully incorporates figures derived from recent memories, portraying local people and construction workers labouring diligently on the City’s infrastructure.


    For Creber, a city's true worth lies not in the magnitude or efficiency of its buildings but in the quality of its community spaces, fostering an environment where families can nurture their children to succeed in mainstream life. Furthermore, his art delves into themes that explore practical approaches to ensuring a cleaner and more sustainable future, both for the metropolis and its inhabitants.

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