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ARTWORKS UNDER $2000
JP RAUTIO | "EVENT 101" (2016) | CHARCOAL, CHALK ON WOOD PANEL | 24 x 24 in | INQUIRE
COURT SWARTZ | "WAIT LIFTING 11" (2016) | HAND-CAST ACRYLIC GLASS | 5 x 11 x 5 inches | INQUIRE
For his "Wait Lifting" series, Court Swartz suspends sculptural forms of acrylic paint within prisms of hand cast acrylic glass. There is no single or immediate way to experience the piece. Every angle exposes a different refraction of the brushstrokes contained in the sculpture.
COURT SWARTZ | "WAIT LIFTING 10" (2016) | HAND-CAST ACRYLIC GLASS | 5 x 11 x 5 inches | INQUIRE
CALLUM SCHUSTER | "AKIN TO SKIN #5" | ACRYLIC, CANVAS | 36 x 24 inches | INQUIRE
In producing his Akin to Skin series, Callum Schuster discovered that the longer the paint stayed wet (or “alive”), the more the surface started to emulate the process of human aging. The drying process revealed a texture that was uncannily similar to the way time is worn on human skin.
KAL MANSUR | "GRAY VALKYRIE 16" | ACRYLIC GLASS CONSTRUCTION | 32 x 32 x 3 inches | INQUIRE
JP RAUTIO | EVENT 113 | CHARCOAL, CHALK ON WOOD PANEL | 60 x 60 inches | INQUIRE
CALLUM SCHUSTER | "AKIN TO SKIN #6" | ACRYLIC, CANVAS | 36 x 24 inches | INQUIRE
John-Paul Rautio creates simple volumes rendered in charcoal. His work is informed by the philosophy of Japanese calligraphy and the visual rhythms of the western figure drawing. His process, however, more closely resembles the cave paintings of prehistory.
Iskuhi Avagyan's most recent body of work features figures twisted into the impossible angles of an asana, realized in thin, translucent layers of oil paint on mylar, and interposed with flat, inorganic geometric forms.