Luckey Remington (b. 1978) is a Los Angeles, California-based 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. The compositions fluctuate between organic rounded shapes and straight-edged angles. The negative space surrounding the form is of equal, if not more, importance than the form itself. Luckey is heavily drawn to the allure of color and the diverse chromatic harmonies that are created when assembling these compositions.
Art on Paper
Luckey Remington, Matthew Shelley and Evan BellantoneNew York, NY - Mar 03, 2016 - Mar 06, 2016
Uprise Art exhibited works by Evan Bellantone, Luckey Remington, and Matthew Shelley. Bellantone's large-scale monoprints feature sumptuous wood-grain, while Remington's clean compositions offer a bright and playful counterpoint; Shelley's collage works explore concepts of landscape in the history of image-making.
- Luckey RemingtonLos Angeles, CAArtist Page
- Matthew ShelleyWestport, CTArtist Page
Matthew Shelley (b. 1983) is a Westport, Connecticut-based artist working primarily in collage. Matthew’s collages construct abstracted landscapes that contrast graphic geometric shapes and symbols with atmospheric photographs of nature and found textures. Matthew's work confounds the spatial divisions of two and three-dimensional space, creating illusory compositions that explore the potential of the picture plane.
Pier 36 at 299 South Street, NYC - Booth 314
New York, NY