The Photograph Gallery
“Panorama in flight”, Acrylic on panel, 24×36, element
Artist Karin Waskiewicz has endurance. First, she pours layers and layers and layers of paint on prime of each other. Then, she lets them dry. After that, a completely new course of begins as she carves, sands and cuts away layers to disclose the layers under. Topographic-like types and craters start to emerge, making a panorama of colourful pockets like these solely seen in goals.
“Rolling Hills”, acrylic on panel, sixteen.5×12.5
There’s a lot element right here that it boggles my thoughts. As I take a look at each bit, all I need to do is rise up shut and private, and spend time appreciating every particular person layer and every deconstruction.
The method of those work actually appeals to me, too. Karin might know what colours of paint she has used for a specific portray, however the means of unveiling these colours and layers via the act of destruction is a singular facet of what she does. What’s much more fascinating is that she actually has no method of figuring out how every work will resolve, making it a recreation of shock.
“Panorama in flight”, Acrylic on panel, 24×36
“Revival 1″ Acrylic on canvas, 25.5×20.5
“Amorphous” Acrylic on Panel, 31×24.5
“Deep Blue” Acrylic on Panel, 24×20
“Panorama in flight”, Acrylic on Panel, forty four×seventy seven
“Progress/Decay” Acrylic and oil on panel, 24.5×20
“Progress/Decay” Acrylic and oil on panel, 24.5×20, element
“Reflective Mound”, Acrylic on panel, 36×24
“Reflective Mound”, Acrylic on panel, 36×24, element