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Jonas Wood with his piece Grid Pot With Pink Plant, from the Marciano foundation collection. 🌾🌿🌿🌾
About Woods’ practice:
Wood’s painting are influenced by a serious engagement with art history that ranges from cubism to pop art, and are most notable for their reconsideration of the golden era of 20th century American painting, drawing comparison to artists such as Grant Wood, Edward Hopper, and Stuart Davis. Working almost exclusively from life studies, sketches and collaged mock-ups, Wood’s distinctively humble aesthetic creates a disorienting sense of space.
Image via @wsj and text via @saatchi_gallery
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Pink Plant Patio Landscape Pot, 2016
Oil and acrylic on canvas #jonaswood
118 x 90 inches @twoxtwo_dallas @amfar @dallasmuseumart Auction takes place October 28th in Dallas, Texas
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Thanks for a great week Dallas!!!!!
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TONIGHT 16th August - I’ll be on @kchungradio’s “the charming mistakes of my youth”, hosted by the remarkable Susannah Tantemsapya in Chinatown, Los Angeles. Talking music, Proust, pink shoes, childhood and adolescence between 8pm - 9pm PST. A recording will be available after the show. 😍
About The Show
Host Susannah Tantemsapya @creativemigration interviews artists and creative enthusiasts about the songs that have influenced their childhood and adolescence. The show's title is taken from "Swann's Way," the first book in Marcel Proust's "In Search of Lost Time.” The conversations indulge in nostalgia through music: remembering how and when we experience things for the very first time. As an added challenge, our host continues to read Proust, engaging the listener in small highlights of and related to this quite (at times) lengthy, literary classic.