It can be very interesting to see how the same type of shape is used it different contexts. Recently I saw the work of two artists both using right triangular 3-D wedges. 219 more words
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Scraps and discarded wood become remarkable, contemplative creations in Cordy Ryman’s hands. His style bears some influence of dad Robert—connoisseur of white tones and alchemist with mounting implements—but Cordy is more likely to coat his second- or thirdhand lumber with dazzlingly colorful paint. 775 more words
Up next for MMG artist Cordy Ryman is a solo show at Eli Ridgway Gallery in San Francisco, opening this coming Saturday, November 12th. Inclusive of his characteristic abstraction and bold color, the show furthers his practice of combining ordinary substances (such as velcro, spray paint, wood, debris, and staples) into three-dimensional geometric works. 44 more words
Rebecca Morris, Untitled (#06-10), 2010 | Oil on canvas, 59 × 59 inches.
The pioneers of abstraction—the Cubists, the Abstract Expressionists, the Minimalists—emerged from firm and identifiable aesthetic roots and developed their own philosophies. 469 more words