We stop by the San Francisco studio of printmaker-turned-painter Tyler Scheidt to get a closer look at his material-rich paintings.
“Often my paintings are never planned. Rather, they begin to develop intuitively by allowing spatial relationships to form organically through a process of many painted layers over time.”
“For me, painting is a slow process. I often work with layers of oil paint, similar to a collage-like process. Each layer informs the next.”
“Utilizing printmaking, collage and painting, this piece in particular gives the sense of an ambiguous combination of landscape and figure.”
Damien Davis' February Study Session at the Whitney Museum featured a 99-component, participatory sculptural project inspired by Felix Gonzalez-Torres.