In March 2013, British artist Charming Baker staged his largest ever solo exhibition at Milk Studios in Los Angeles. The show, entitled 'Lie Down I Think I Love You', ran from March 21 - 24 and showcased Baker's newest work exploring the unpredictable nature of love. Never having produced work on such a scale before, this show marked a new phase in the artist’s oeuvre.
Charming Baker lives and works in London. He paints in oil on canvas, linen, wood, and paper, and creates sculptural work cast in bronze and aluminum. His work is figurative and painterly. A self-proclaimed “traditionalist”, his work is dark and often humorous, beautiful and disturbing. Baker has said his biggest influence is horse painter George Stubbs. Animals (and their relationship with man) frequently crop up in his paintings. ~Krisp Magazine
This video explores Baker's latest work as featured in 'Lie Down I Think I Love You'.
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