A Not So Still Life II
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Sumi ink on Stonehenge 250gsm paper | 2021
In this series of ink drawings, Alarah Gee experiments with the constructive and textural behaviors of color in spatial compositions. This plays out in a variety of ways: the opposition of light and dark, juxtaposition between textures and color temperatures, pure colors versus diluted colors, and the effects of all these aspects overlapping one another. Venturing away from her education in traditional color theory, Gee tries to find her own sense of visual equilibrium by balancing abstract forms and color contrasts.
39.25 X 50 inches
Floated: 44.25 x 55 x 2 inches
Signed by artist.
The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan.
Featured in the New York Times, Design Anthology Magazine, and Coveteur, UK born Gee's minimalist line drawings and meditative ink paintings recontextualize everyday household objects with a focus on geometric, post-modern forms and the artist's thoughtful gestures.
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