Ipswich artist sells Mondrian-style artwork made out of coloured blocks in just 48 hours

Adam Randall looks down on his creation which took hours of design and construction and used about 3

Adam Randall looks down on his creation which took hours of design and construction and used about 3000 plastic bricks to create. - Credit: Ruth Leach

A Mondrian-inspired piece of artwork made of thousands of coloured blocks was snapped up at an Ipswich gallery within 48 hours.

Adam Randall of Art Works in Britannia Road took the piece to M F Gallery and Framing in St Helen’s Street only to find it had been successfully sold two days later.

The gallery’s owner Owen Berry already has some other Mondrian style pieces designed by Mr Randall on display.

The artist and designer, who is from Ipswich, said: “It took a week of planning, design and construction using approximately 3,000 bricks to create the work.

“The gallery’s white frame had really set the piece off.”

Following the success of his latest piece, he has already been asked for more and has plans to branch out into other Mondrian-inspired items.

He has 17 other designs already in the pipeline – and another 3,000 bricks on order for the next piece of Mondrian-inspired wall art.

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