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This is part of my electric current::amp series
The last three years I've concurrently worked on a series of paintings that are an exploration of the subjects of home and communication within a colorful chaotic landscape. I like to use tiny houses and towns as a symbol in my paintings because their simplicity obscures the complex and uniquely personal relationship that each viewer has to an idea of ‘home’. The telephone poles are a universal and quickly fading icon of communication that symbolize emotional connection, formality, privacy, disconnection and alienation.

Materials used:

flashe paint, goauche and ink on paper

a theoretical movement of iron (2016)

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