Bollee's work is a fast-paced practice between hasty sketched motifs and a cacophonous flurry representation of 80's neo-expressionism and pop art. He often pulls from graffiti, CoBra movement and other forms of abstraction to set a foundation of his infused contemporary art painting style with acrylic and spray-paint, while often incorporating chalk as a starting point.
With this neo-expressionist twist, Bollee's Contemporary artwork contains a multi-layered chaotic metaphor of his personal life. These works have a body of comprehensive art which requires an inverted lens to fully consume the story behind the artwork.
It's simple, it's dirty and everything is in a place to be found. This is the perfect creative atmosphere with no parameters to restrict the imagination process.
"People who aren't artists seem to not understand exactly what a studio is. It's not a store. It's not a factory. It's not a theme park. It's my personal space and their company is not so invasive. (Eleanor Blair)"