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Visit with Luckey Remington

Luckey Remington shared his perspectives on his different practices, from cut paper to sculpture. Luckey’s cut paper works were exhibited alongside works by Matthew Shelley and Evan Bellantone at Art on Paper, New York in March 2016.

Photos by Steven Krebs

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“Images sometimes act as barriers against a direct inward conversation.”

— Luckey Remington

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“The sculptural work allows me to study from a different vantage point and helps me to better understand exactly what I am trying to communicate.”

— Luckey Remington

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“Materials and space are the most valuable assets.”

— Luckey Remington

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