“With the first work I created, I was trying to interrupt the continuous flow of color, and I found I was able to accomplish this with the use of negative space. The delineation in color allows a gap to exist, which brings with it a breath and a transition of thought.” — Luckey Remington
Luckey Remington (b. 1978) is a multidisciplinary artist interested in exploring themes of transience, repetition, clarity, and order. He creates minimal works on paper, hand-dyed canvas, and free-standing public sculptures through a process-driven practice where he seeks to reduce compositions to their most minimal form. Remington’s work has been exhibited at the Eleanor Harwood Gallery in San Francisco, MAMA Gallery in Los Angeles, amongst other galleries in New York and California. His public sculptures have been displayed in Ojai and Joshua Tree, California. Originally from Springfield, Oregon, he currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California.
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