Don’t You Understand, I’m an Artist!
Working alone in a studio can do things to your head.
j.k place | capri | photo patrick cline | lonny
Matthieu Laurette - Opportunities Let’s Make Lots of Money, 2005
Photo by [Robert Pettena]
installation art oo yezah
i need a bigger brush
- Jackson Pollock studio, ca. 1950, Springs, Long Island, New York
- Claude Monet ca. 1924 in his third studio, Giverny
- Roy Lichtenstein, studio, Southampton, New York
- Pablo Picasso, not listed.
artists in the studio
Gerry Judah - Paintings (2005-12)
“Judah’s paintings are a direct response to conflict across the globe, and the impact of that violence, whether it is the consequence of war or natural disaster. At the same time, he is fascinated by changing urban landscape, and his paintings explore the dynamic of construction and destruction.
His apocalyptic settlements constructed from scores of buildings, complete with internal structures, communications and water towers are fixed onto canvas, and then systematically destroyed. The ensuing rubble and detritus are scattered and fused onto a background of empty white canvas with layers of acrylic gesso to create silent ‘white on white’ abstract paintings.”