27-year-old New Zealander Rob Tucker uses whatever materials he can find—oil paint, red wine, glitter, who knows what else—before coating them in the same glossy resin used to make surfboards. On view at the booth of the Rebecca Hossack Art Gallery, the results, intentional or not, are still-life paintings that resemble large-scale Matisse cutouts. Pictured: Rob Tucker, Pepperoni and pineapple and sandwiches are delightful most days, 2014 - Photo: Courtesy of Rebecca Hossack and the Artist

According to Vogue, Devonport artist Rob Tucker’s still-life paintings were one of the highlights at New York’s Outsider Art Fair on from 29 January through 1 February. Tucker uses whatever materials he can find – oil paint, red wine, …

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