Beeswax, resin and pigment on archival paper mounted on archival board matted.
41 x 61 x 0 cm
Perfect. First hand item.
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From the artist’s studio
Joanne Mattera, NYC, Author, Curator, Artist, wrote about Yntema\'s work:
“In a minimalist manner, Yntema captures the recollection of light where hue is the reminder that opens an unseeable distance. She creates a physical container for the uncontainable.”
This work is from a series of works on paper exhibited in the solo show: “The Temperature of Light” at Kean University, NJ 2015.
Full colour catalogue with critical essay: http://issuu.com/jyntema1/docs/kean_university_janise_yntema_2015/1
Violet is the mysterious colour at the end of the visible spectrum of light between blue and the invisible ultraviolet. The Egyptians created their colour from a combination of mulberry and grapes. Historically this colour of nobility, power and prestige, violet retains its mystery.
Image size: 20 cm x 31 cm, 7.75” x 12” mounted on archival board 41 cm x 61 cm, 16” x 20” matted
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About The Artist
Born in 1962, Janise Yntema is an American abstract painter who works with the ancient technique of encaustic wax.Read More