The Aesthetics of Repair: Black Love Matters4-Tiffany

Tiffany | Acrylic paint, spray paint, markers, on canvas, 94”hx83”w, 2017-18

As with the painting Tony, I went beyond the use of brush and paint in The Aesthetics of Repair: Black Love Matters4-Tiffany, by adding texture with paint markers. There is extensive tracing and stenciling onto the canvas that creates an overall web of syncopated rhythms and movements. Tiffany is the also the first work that uses florescent spray paint.



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