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You Ever See Red Turn Blue?

Painting
Sale price$ 2,300

DESCRIPTION

Acrylic on canvas, pine and brass brad frame | 2017

The artist’s most diverse series, this expansive body of work is an exploration in process and material, while considering relationships and balance. Acting as a foundation, the raw canvas is exposed, punctuated with painted swathes of bold, uninterrupted color. This series is meticulously planned out, often stemming from 35mm photographs or rigorous sketching - a loose and fluid process that is tightened as the artist approaches the final piece.

DIMENSIONS

32 x 26 inches

AUTHENTICATION

The work comes with a Certification of Authenticity signed by the Co-Founder of Tappan.

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“...still constantly remind myself of H.D. Thoreau’s quote “rather than love, than money, than fame; give me truth.” I think this is a crucial mentality to have as an artist, and any other profession; that success, by any definition, will be found in making honest work.”
-Ethan Caflisch
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About the Artist

Ethan Caflisch

Ethan’s exhibition venues and publications include the Institute of Contemporary Art (San Jose), Cheryl Hazan Gallery (New York), A.M. Gallery (Antwerp), Art Maze Magazine, and AnOther Magazine. Explore his large, geometric and minimalist paintings, figurative paintings and hand made textile works.

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Current Exhibition

Echoes of Being

Group Show
April 12 - May 28

Tappan
8200 Melrose Avenue, Los Angeles CA

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