Nick Beighton pt1 Hepatych, 2017-2018 (Canary Wharf Group)

Nick Beighton pt1 (Trauma To Champion: Windows Of The Soul) Hepatych, 2017-2018
Ink pen, acrylic paint, oil paint and thermoplastic adhesive on mixed media, polycarbonate sheet, carbon fibre tube, nylon rod and stainless steel self-tapping screws
Unique work
H60 x W42 x D18-43cm (each)
Courtesy of Mark Humphrey Ltd, London, UK
Partnered with Canary Wharf Group, London, UK
Collaboration with Nick Beighton (British paracanoeist and former British Army officer), UK
Endorsed by Royal Engineers (British Army) and GB Paracanoe Team, UK
© Mark Humphrey

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Explosion, Panel 1
Ink pen, acrylic paint, oil paint and thermoplastic adhesive on stainless steel wire, perforated acrylic canvas, polycarbonate sheet, carbon fibre tube, nylon rod and stainless steel self-tapping screws (front)
Ink pen, acrylic paint, oil paint and thermoplastic adhesive on brass mesh and wire, polycarbonate sheet, carbon fibre tube, nylon rod and stainless steel self-tapping screws (back)

Trauma, Panel 2
Ink pen, acrylic paint, oil paint and thermoplastic adhesive on surgical braided sutures with needles, polycarbonate sheet, carbon fibre tube, nylon rod and stainless steel self-tapping screws (front)
Ink pen, acrylic paint, oil paint and thermoplastic adhesive on Kevlar fibre cloth, epoxy resin, silicone tube, polycarbonate sheet, carbon fibre tube, nylon rod and stainless steel self-tapping screws (back)

Heal, Panel 3
Ink pen, acrylic paint, oil paint and thermoplastic adhesive on silicone tube, enamel wire, epoxy resin, polycarbonate sheet, carbon fibre tube, nylon rod and stainless steel self-tapping screws (front)
Ink pen, acrylic paint, oil paint and thermoplastic adhesive on surgical lancet needles, polycarbonate sheet, carbon fibre tube, nylon rod and stainless steel self-tapping screws (back)

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Darkness, Panel 4
Ink pen, acrylic paint, oil paint and thermoplastic adhesive on carbon fibre cloth, aluminium mesh, epoxy resin, polycarbonate sheet, carbon fibre tube, nylon rod and stainless steel self-tapping screws (front)
Ink pen, acrylic paint, oil paint and thermoplastic adhesive on stainless steel cable and wire, polycarbonate sheet, carbon fibre tube, nylon rod and stainless steel self-tapping screws (back)

Renewal, Panel 5
Ink pen, acrylic paint, oil paint and thermoplastic adhesive on Kevlar fibre cloth, epoxy resin, polycarbonate sheet, carbon fibre tube, nylon rod and stainless steel self-tapping screws (front)
Ink pen, acrylic paint, oil paint and thermoplastic adhesive on brass nuts, bolts and washers, polycarbonate sheet, carbon fibre tube, nylon rod and stainless steel self-tapping screws (back)

Focus, Panel 6
Ink pen, acrylic paint, oil paint and thermoplastic adhesive on aluminium wire, polycarbonate sheet, carbon fibre tube, nylon rod and stainless steel self-tapping screws (front)
Ink pen, acrylic paint, oil paint and thermoplastic adhesive on aluminium wire, polycarbonate sheet, carbon fibre tube, nylon rod and stainless steel self-tapping screws (back)

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Champion, Panel 7
Ink pen, acrylic paint, oil paint and thermoplastic adhesive on brass mesh and wire, polycarbonate sheet, carbon fibre tube, nylon rod and stainless steel self-tapping screws (front)
Ink pen, acrylic paint, oil paint and thermoplastic adhesive on brass mesh and washers, epoxy resin, polycarbonate sheet, carbon fibre tube, nylon rod and stainless steel self-tapping screws (back)

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“WAR IS DEVASTATION, HORROR AND PAIN. BUT IN THE WRECKAGE SOMETHING SURVIVES, A SEED, A GLIMMER OF HOPE FOR RENEWAL AND GROWTH. UNBROKEN, THE DRIVE FOR REDEMPTION BEGINS ITS SLOW JOURNEY BACK. NICK BEIGHTON PT1 AND PT2 FOLLOW THIS THREAD AS IT SEEKS TO FIND ORDER IN THE CHAOS. IT IS A UNIVERSAL STORY SHOWING THE STRENGTH OF THE SOUL TO OVERCOME TRAUMA AND LOSS.”

Nick Beighton
British paracanoeist and former British Army officer

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