In the mid-1960s Jenkins spent some time in Japan, India and even Russia. During the latter half of the decade, Jenkins' paintings came to be dominated by white and shades of grey. Jenkins used the 1970s to paint watercolors and work on sculpture projects, which were cast in bronze. The biggest of these, "Mandala Meditation Sundial", took years to complete.
In 1979 Paul Jenkins first began to apply layers of pastose paint to his canvases although he had previously only glazed them with a whisper-thin wash of pigment. The group of works called "Anatomy of a Cloud", which unites collage, paintings and bronzes from the 1970s, reveals the range of which Paul Jenkins' was capable by the early 1980s.
On his extensive travels Jenkins has always been fascinated with the distinctive colors of any place he happens to be. During the 1990s Jenkins continued to show work actively, especially in France and the US. He died June 9th this year. [continues]
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