"Unearthing I. A play on words. Unearthing directly translates to discover, to find something in the ground by digging, representing exactly how I source the primary material present in my work; earth."
Jacqy duVal x Eline Baas
September - November 2022
Interactive colours vs. raw, natural and materials
geomatric patterns vs. imperfection
repetition vs. irregularity
glue size painting technique vs. textures and light play
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Monochrome, minimal paintings, inspired by the serenity of the French countryside. "Colour is a breath, thanks to which, in a back and forth movement, like a respiration, the pictorial space opens up while constituting itself."
ART by Ethan Caflisch
Solo art exhibition at am studio
February - May 2022
Quilted linen and canvas. Textile artworks inspired by Caflisch’s upbringing in the midwest, figurative paintings inspired by taking photographs of people from behind, typically in London’s tube stations.
Belgian duo artist emphasizes technique and color in their abstract paintings. A pictural vocabulary of repetitive patterns, geometric forms, and interactive colour sections created by the use of "glue size".