The Aesthetics of Repair: Black Love Matters8-Joyce

Joyce | Acrylic paint, spray paint, markers, cut paper, fabric on canvas, 80”hx77”w, 2016

This is one of the first works where the painting surface became the central theme. Started in 2015, I used cut and torn paper and different kinds of fabric to create a highly textured surface. I turned to markers again to accent and highlight, but this time with bolder and heavier lines.



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