Pond by Lucy Maki

Year
2005
Medium
Mixed Media
Size
79 × 64 inches
200.66 × 162.56 cm
$16000
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Strips of black frame curated wood shapes painted in gold, black, light brown in this elegant wall relief construction. The work intersects the flavour of Japanese screen aesthetics with modern constructivism in an exploration of form, materials, positive and negative space. "But I want something that pushes the limits of painting a little -- something unique and singular but still has its roots in tradition, so that whatever I put in the blank rectangle references aspect(s) of the history of painting, but all mixed up, -- cubism, constructivism, surrealism, abstract expressionism, minimalism, the 1930-40's transcendental painting group here in New Mexico -- twentieth century modernism, where paint on canvas has been the primary medium. The craft of oil painting I respect and love, so all the work is done with oil paint, only the grounds vary." Lucy Maki Lucy Maki has been a professional painter for over 25 years. She was born in Ames, Iowa in 1955 and received her MA and MFA from the University of New Mexico, finishing in 1982. Committed to her style, which is influenced by early Modernist Abstraction, Maki has received much success, with exhibits in the United States, Mexico and Canada. Her work can be found in public collections such as the Albuquerque Museum and the Museum of New Mexico, and the University of New Mexico Art Museum as well as many private collections.

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