Waiting Room Chair

Posted: May 3, 2011 in Page 1: The Interface Paintings

Dimensions: 87 by 83 cm, framed.
Media: Paint on wood panel, with wood structure.

The lone and isolated post of observation, the chair, sits staring in the face of the interface, if I may say that. A definite attempt at communication is being made by way of the interface: to wit, the chair and the interface are of the same exact visual aspect: varnished wood. This communication is also apparent between the interface and a sort of painting that hangs on the wall, both having the exact same visual elements.

Pencil lines run to the lower right and those seen in the signature L complement them.

Close Ups: The signature L and the square of the back of the chair are of an off shade of paint in relation to that of the background. Small shards of wood are strategically placed at the upper right of the back of the chair and at the left of the painting’s painting that is partially in view on the background wall.


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