Paradigm Gallery is exhibiting a three-person present celebrating collage, coloration, and sample that includes Miriam Singer, Jim Houser, and Andrew Jeffrey Wright.
I take advantage of quite a lot of media together with conventional printmaking, collage, markers, and acrylic paint to create small and huge works on paper and panels. Many of the works included within the present present PUSHING are a response to a stroll or every day journey via neighborhoods that I spend time in. I typically attract a sketchbook or typically on a single sheet of paper whereas out within the discipline. I draw structure and objects by trying. Usually, bringing the drawings into my studio the place I add sketches to paper or panels. I draw or paint from sketches, reminiscence, pictures, and from invention. These works are about bodily supplies, coloration, and line in addition to a playful response to my every day expertise within the constructed surroundings. –Miriam Singer
“I’ve been more and more targeted on the way in which by which I strategy art-making and inspecting my apply. For me, art-making, music, and skateboarding all contain these related repetitive routines which permit for some type of meditation to happen. A lot of the work on this present is an examination of how intertwined these three issues have turn into for me.” –Jim Houser
Andrew Jeffrey Wright is well-known for his screenprints, work, animations, drawings, collages, movies, installations, and performances. His work contains optically charged screenprints of obsessively repeated summary patterns and one or two coloration screenprints that incorporate hilarious social commentary drawn in an financial and knowingly naïve model. This assortment for PUSHING options the artist’s “Tremendous Uncommon” display print sequence. A “tremendous uncommon” display print is a one-of-a-kind print created via a layering course of that typically takes the artist years to create!