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Soft pastel, charcoal and watercolor on cotton paper | 2020
Flowing rivers and abstract forms cross paths in Sara Marlowe Hall’s latest series of drawings. Texture is a central principle of the artist’s practice, and these works evoke a sense of physicality even in their two dimensional nature. Handmade cotton paper is the foundation for each drawing—the grain and neutral tones reference the grit of concrete and dirt. Rippling shapes are layered onto the surface with soft pastel, watercolor, and charcoal. Variations of blue represent the fluidity of water, and the surrounding palette conjures up the colors of changing seasons.
15 x 11 inches
Floated: 19.5 x 15.5 x 1.5 inches
Signed by the artist.
The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan
Sara Marlowe Hall
Los Angeles artist Sara Marlowe Hall's complex, textured, abstract paintings use raw pigments, plaster, and fabric to create their unique look. Her work has been featured in domino, Bon Weekender, LoQ, dwell, Vogue, Veranda, Imboldn, and VoyageLA.
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