Each of my paintings tell a story, a continuous life long poem. The paintings explore the depth of my feelings. Painting is intuitive, I improvise and play on canvas creating abstract forms. Collage materials follow suit until I am guided by the work itself, bringing the paintings to life. My [...]
Jay Miriam and Zev have been collaborating since 2008.
Our work explores the relationship between new class identities and life as performance.
With influences as diverse as Kierkegaard and John Lennon, new tensions are crafted from both mundane and transcendent discourse.
Ever since we were postgraduates we have been fascinated by the unrelenting divergence [...]
These collages are comprised of acrylic paint on paper and archival digital photographs that depict the natural environment of the remote northern coast of California where I grew up, as well as industrial cities where I’ve lived, Oakland, CA and Brooklyn, NY. I make painted surfaces using brushes, my fingers, and by pouring and shifting [...]
My studio is a place of expression, solitude, emotion, playfulness, tedium, escape from reality, light-heartedness, devotion and obsession. It is a haven where I can leave life and the world behind.
My work is the expression of a conversation I have with myself, where a long thread of thoughts connect ideas, memories and [...]
“Hercules Lite” replicated the form of architect Marcel Breuer’s massive support column at Lehman College Art Gallery in a transparent, fluorescent-edged green plexiglass. It used light and suspension to contrast with Breuer’s sense of weight, simultaneously calling attention to his achievement and entering into a dialog with it. [...]