Archives for posts tagged ‘canvas’

Scott Lyall

Scott Lyall Work from Indiscretion at Miguel Abreu Gallery. “Lyall’s paintings, which are in fact digital prints on stretched canvas, are mounted on monochrome backings that frame them, double them, and space them in relation to their environments. As color field images – or the lack of such images – the paintings are generated using […]

Olve Sande

Olve Sande Work from his/her oeuvre. “Many of Olve Sande’s conceptually complex, often architectonically-inflected works are as likely to allude to literary production as they are to visual art itself. His series of prints referencing T.S. Eliot’s The Wasteland, for example, depict nothing but the editorial mark-up through which Eliot’s mentor, Ezra Pound, amended and […]

Hugh Scott-Douglas

Hugh Scott-Douglas Work from Sitzprobe at Croy Nielsen, Berlin. “…relates back to engineering circles at the turn of last century who employed it to create Blueprints (the name “blueprint” stems specifically from the distinct cyan colour which this technique produces). These works begin their genealogy as perfect vectors, plotted on the computer, and printed as […]

Myoung Ho Lee

Myoung Ho Lee Work from the series TREE. TREE is an intriguing take on the traditional landscape (and portrait). While isolating a tree for the photograph (with a large piece of canvas), Myoung Ho Lee also denies us a view of a significant portion of the landscape, gives an imagined view into his process, and […]