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Jimmie Fisher (@ogresupreme) Instagram Profile Photo ogresupreme

Jimmie Fisher

 image by Jimmie Fisher (@ogresupreme) with caption : "From earlier stream today. Did some digital/photo art. May make another stream appearance later tonight online." - 1895227394715735341
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From earlier stream today. Did some digital/photo art. May make another stream appearance later tonight online.

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Quiet ::: Discomfort Gods (@iheartquiet) Instagram Profile Photo iheartquiet

Quiet ::: Discomfort Gods

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Frank Maresca (@frank.maresca) Instagram Profile Photo frank.maresca

Frank Maresca

 Instagram Image by Frank Maresca (@frank.maresca) with caption : "#LeopoldStrobl. Untitled, 2017. Graphite and colored pencils on newsprint cut and mounted on paper. 3.2" x 3.6".
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. Untitled, 2017. Graphite and colored pencils on newsprint cut and mounted on paper. 3.2" x 3.6". From the artist’s bio in @riccomaresca’s site: "Strobl was born in Mistelbach, Lower Austria. He has devoted himself exclusively to art for more than 35 years, and has been a guest of the Open Studio program at the Gugging House of Artists in Vienna for more than a decade. He draws in the morning and single-mindedly finishes a new piece per session. This aspect of his routine relates directly to his chosen format (most works are approximately 4.2 x 3.9 in.). Strobl always renders his drawings—or the component parts of his paper collages—on carefully selected newsprint clips, which he then adheres onto clean drawing paper. The underlying use of published media furnishes Strobl’s works with different pictorial facets and layers of meaning. Under his hand (and an intuitive grasp of light effects and the interaction between solid colors and transparencies) a few of the printed motifs emerge while others are obscured under the more abstract execution of the whole. Perhaps the signature formal feature of Strobl’s work is his incorporation of bold dark masses that create overpowering negative spaces of sorts ... In the human-less setting of Strobl’s vision, these abstract volumes—which occasionally emulate basic humanoid forms and gestures—are arguably the nonfigurative, malleable main characters. Furthermore, they drive Strobl’s virtuosic awareness of perspective and framing. We only see what we are allowed of these landscapes because the artist places us at specific points of view that we must come to terms with. This negation of omniscience, which expresses a very postmodern sense of relativity, constantly reminds us of the partial nature of every story.” *Excerpted from the essay for the exhibition “Smallscapes” (2016) * * * @galerie_gugging Brut