Intriguing yet luxury elevating

Allan Banford creates abstract paintings and installations. His art follows the concept of not maintaining a unique style developing a constant creative evolution.

Identifying the boundaries between consciousness and reality, his paintings capture movements, emotions, characters and, figures revealing an inseparable relationship between dimension and space.

The abstract conceptualization and blended media of Allan Banford
art has been portrayed as “Intriguing yet luxury elevating “. He works
with a wide variety of mediums, creating art series under the conviction that they are manifestations of many skilled specialists but the assorted accumulations anyway are the endeavors of only one. Allan Banford artworks respond directly to the surrounding the environment of everyday experiences and visual representations.

Often these framed instances go unnoticed at glance but they come alive by his laceration technique. His paintings de-construct the subject to the extent that the meaning is shape-shifted, creating an abstract interpretation, challenging perception and perspective, completed by his rules and omissions, acceptance and refusals.

The equine series delivers a fascinating visual homage to the majestic horse. Creating picturesque portraits with charismatic postures and busy intense brushes, Allan’s horses have a special place for the animal lovers.
Artists around the world have found their muse in form of a steed and have depicted them as gloriously as they possibly could. This series feature
horse portraits of energy with individual personalities enhanced by the detail and precision of the ocular cavity.

Therese Stub Alhaug
Therese Stub Alhaug


Therese is the editor of Equilife, and is truly dedicated to equestrian sports and horses. She started riding as a little girl, and enjoys her free time with her two horses back home. Portrait interview is her favorite topic, as it has the gift to inspire others through peoples stories, knowledge, training and general life-philosophy, and certainly, their lives with horses.

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