Category Archives: Paint Application

July Paintings VII (Sanding and Stains)

   

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July Paintings V (Impasto and Glazes)

       

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July Paintings IV (Assemblage)

 

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July Paintings III (Structures)

 

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July Paintings II

 

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Paradox and Conflict

  “Painting As Paradox is an exercise in synthesizing the research of eclectic practices of young emerging artists grappling with various legacies of painting. Their work reflects a continual gesturing towards tradition and a concurrent redefinition of painting in contemporary … Continue reading

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June Paintings IV

 

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June Paintings II

             

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June Paintings I

       

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Appropriation, Homage, Reference or Allusion?

In 2011 I produced the painting above. Highgate was first produced in multiple stages with no real end in mind. The light brown ground over a surface palimpsest of previous failed paintings was then overpainted with sap green acrylic mixed … Continue reading

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