Lives and works in London, he has always been fascinated by light and colour. As a child, the classical, dramatic seascapes of Winslow Homer and Edward Hopper's surreal, twilight-lit urban landscapes served as his introduction to the art world and still have their traces in his work today.
As he grew older he would make day-trips to London, where he would eventually come to study and live, to view the works of historic but also more contemporary artists exhibited in the City’s various institutions and galleries. Later still, whilst undertaking a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine art at Central Saint Martins, he would build on these interests in a modern and contemporary painting by making frequent visits to Tate Modern's Mark Rothko room as well as attending various exhibitions of established and emerging abstract and minimalist artists shown in London.
In Vincent Hart's art, individual pieces' merge and flow into one borderless experience, while retaining their individual character and identity. His triptych "Blue Boy" directly shows this in its totality, but even at its edges, the outmost paintings, suggest a breaching of frontiers, hint at the work beyond the eye, complementing and converging with his other pieces, crossing freely into the imagination of the perceiver. The experience is immersive and suffused with openness.
Vincent unites colours, brushstrokes and materials borrowed from movements, artists and even single works of art, which he re-contextualises to create a painterly narrative that is intentionally left open as opposed to one that is so often hedged in as historically definitive.
Article sources from http://artelsewhere.com