Still Point (Of the Turning World) II
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Acrylic ink on cotton muslin | 2020
New additions to Teschner’s vibrant series on the confrontation between natural phenomenon and architecture. Influenced by the way temperature and weather impact built objects, their boundaries, and surrounding space, the sculptures are constructed of individually painted planes stitched together in anomalous arrangements. Their scale fluctuates from board to building, drawing on both the language of wood joinery and the extensive palette of a lush tropical landscape.
Relating a subtle interaction between forms, the narrow structures of “Still Point…” counter the mass described by the majority of her compositions.
She says “The piece shows an axis, or two poles with a small space held ably between them. There is either magnetism, or resistance—the humidity of day encountering the cool of night. In the South, we slow in summers.”
This work is available to purchase unframed. Please inquire for more information.
17.5 x 12.5 inches
Signed by artist
The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed and numbered by the Co-Founder of Tappan
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