Doug Kemp 1990s Pop Art paintings, the post-divorce decade. Doug still maintains the term Pop Art is just an acceptable pigeonhole but is not an all-encompassing description of this work. In retrospect, things looked brighter both in colours and inspiration, perhaps from the relief from a difficult situation or maybe just getting used to it by now.
The very early years saw the moving of home and, perhaps more importantly, studio, on another two occasions to the now well established current location. Here, he could watch the rise of the likes of Damien Hirst and Tracey Emin and although having some appreciation for this turn in the art world, it was very far from being conceptual as any conscious influence.