Saxon Quinn's series of works on distressed canvas and concrete plaster ruminate on his days spent in New York while confined to his studio in Melbourne, Australia. Taking his inspiration from the spirit and physical topography of the city, Saxon captures New York's character through his signature symbols and glyphs. Offering a map-like glimpse into his experience of place, Saxon's paintings figure as modern ruins that capture the memory of a moment in time.
This painting from 'Until I Return' is part of a body of work created with the fond memory of my time living in NYC.
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