Where is Home
An abiding theme in Jeffrey Bligh’s work is the physical and psychological notion of home; what form it might take, and where it might be. Throughout his work, Bligh has always tried to make paintings where the juxtaposition of shapes and compositional elements are kept to an absolute minimum. He is not very interested in the conventions of painting per se or formal arrangements within the picture or the use of photography to make 'good photographs'. He was and is much more concerned about what happens before a work is conceived and after it is completed.