This young London painter was born in 1970 and broke into the international art scene in the nineties. From abstract expressionism and minimalism, Martin's work is between painting and sculpture. Use layers of paint on stainless steel, aluminum or methacrylate. Martin makes his own brushes, in the shape of a comb, with pieces of metal or cardboard to work the paint on the surface in a single movement, which he often repeats over and over again, until he gets the perfect balance between painting, light and the effect of movement. Paintings that materialize in successive waves through continuous movements, which accentuates the dynamism of the surface, as well as the involvement of the artist's body. Jason Martin focuses on modeling the surface in order to capture light, exploring issues related to sculpture, resulting in an extraordinary and improbable marriage of abstraction and the illusion of depth.