Here are the details of “Brigitte I”, Mixed Media on Arch/Canvas, 32 x 42 ins, 2013-18.
These works are very thickly painted which is impossible to capture even with the best of cameras. And, each composition has its own distinct (& some say peculiar) texture - again, impossible to convey in reproduction. I paint all my works using only the five basic colors - black, white, red, blue & yellow. So, the palette of each work is made up of in-between shades .......
Oh! Just come see the show, in a month ;-)
In high school I always looked forward to art history lesson. Sometimes teacher gave us homework where we had to draw something. It was so much fun!
It helped me to cope with the stress that I had because I wasn't good in mathematics, physics and chemistry.
What was your favorite subject in high school?
Yellin is a contemporary artist living in Red Hook, Brooklyn. His sci-fi sculptural paintings reflect the past, present and future of our society. What do you see in his art?
I’m really honored @www.thekhollected.com for interviewing me and showcasing it for July 2018 Huge thank you Kyle (Editor in chief @thekhollected . The Khollected Magazine is a Washington, D.C. based art and design publication that was founded in 2016 synthesizing the art of storytelling, both visually and typographically.Check out www.thekhollected.com for the interview and showcase🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻