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Concrete, spray paint, hardware, epoxy clay, and acrylic | 2015
These sculptures by Alexis Arnold are an exploration of material, color, and form for the artist. Combining tech and digital color palettes, as well as material references with more organic shapes, we see how the artist continues to explore these themes of time, impermanence and the longevity of modern objects in her work.
This work features D-ring hardware cast directly into the concrete, which is also reinforced with epoxy clay for extra stability. Epoxy levelers are integrated into the backside to ensure the works hang at the proper angle. Wall mounting hooks are also included.
24 x 4 x 2 inches
The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan
Alexis Arnold's sculptures, installations, and mixed-media 2D artworks explore the subjective perception and experience of light, space and color, geology, and the visualization of time. She has exhibited at Crystal Bridges Museum, Aspen Art Museum, Art on Paper, and the Bay Area Discovery Museum and is in the SFMOMA permanent collection. Arnold has also been featured in WSJ, designboom, Apartment Therapy, Colossal, and Hi-Fructose.
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