dimanche 30 novembre 2014
samedi 29 novembre 2014
vendredi 28 novembre 2014
jeudi 27 novembre 2014
These large scale works by painter Adam Daily are acrylic paint applied to a sheet of white PVC plastic which enhances the vibrant colors.
Building on my interest in the interaction between paintings and the spaces they inhabit, my recent works are geometric explorations of color, shape, and space. These paintings are two-dimensional surfaces with the sculptural power to push and pull their environment. Chromatic intensity, distorted isometric perspective and high contrast are all key to their visual punch. Complicated, multi-layer drawings are the starting points for these paintings. Each finished piece relies on a preparatory drawing composed of hundreds of individual shapes. The drafting and editing process allows for variation and play. By manipulating shapes and colors, I create dynamic compositional interactions. The finished paintings are created on a sheet of white PVC plastic. This synthetic, smooth, bright white ground allows for a physically flat painted surface yielding intensely vivid colors. Through a methodical process I am able to build an image that deepens in complexity as I work. Since each individual geometric form is intrinsically linked to the whole, it is not until the last color is laid-in that previously disparate shapes coalesce into a finished whole. Once flat areas of color snap into place, forming illusory, dimensional space.
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