David Slone – Large-Scale Portraiture

“Over the last five years, I have been primarily working with the figure and exploring different combinations of representation and abstraction. The painting process is intuitive, with one mark informing the next and very little planning done in advance. This sense of uncertainty is one of the more rewarding parts of the process for me and leads to an active dialogue between the painting and myself. Though the abstractions are not mapped out, the marks are intentionally precise, as opposed to being ‘painterly’.” – David Slone

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Ryan Everson – Fear

“My most recent work comes from abstract emotional states stirred up from specific self reflective moments. These moments arise as I become more aware of myself in the present and my inability to control the future. I capture these in-between moments of self doubt and inward reflection and impose them on the viewer. […] I want the viewer to feel like they should be doing something besides just viewing. The work is begging to be activated but is frozen at its peak which accentuates the works beautiful but dark theatricality.” – Ryan Everson

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Monika Grzymala – MoMA

We apologize again for the slow posting, but we’re back in full effect and we’ll make sure this is a big week for all of you. In this post we’ve got an installation project by Monika Grzymala at the MoMA. An amazing large scale project for an exhibition entitled ” On Line: Drawing Through the Twentieth Century”.

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