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Sumi ink on rosaspina paper | 2020
In this series of paintings, Gee further explores the practice of traditional Japanese sumi-e painting. Applying varying degrees of density with black ink, this technique focuses on the timeless beauty and complexity of tonality and transparency achieved through concentration and pressure applied by a single brushstroke. Gee creates harmonic, geometric compositions using varied shapes derived from circles and squares that center on line and form.
39.4 x 27.8 inches
Floated: 44 x 32 x 2 inches
Signed by artist.
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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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