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Originally sketched while on holiday at Macmasters Beach, NSW Australia.  Exuberant composition.  Dry pigment and shellac on 1980 vintage Kozo washi, sourced in Japan.  Handsomely matted and framed with natural maple frame.
Originally sketched while on holiday at Macmasters Beach, NSW Australia.  Exuberant composition.  Dry pigment and shellac on 1980 vintage Kozo washi, sourced in Japan.  Handsomely matted and framed with natural maple frame.
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Macmasters Beach Series no. 9 Drawing

Peter Eastman

United States

Drawing, Conte on Paper

Size: 16.6 W x 17.6 H x 0.8 D in

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Originally sketched while on holiday at Macmasters Beach, NSW Australia. Exuberant composition. Dry pigment and shellac on 1980 vintage Kozo washi, sourced in Japan. Handsomely matted and framed with natural maple frame.

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Drawing:Conte on Paper

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Size:16.6 W x 17.6 H x 0.8 D in

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My work is a search for equilibrium and harmonic beauty, perhaps best found in natural shapes, patterns, colors, and textures. Each work is a record of a pursuit that I would compare to gold mining or pearl diving. Preparation is complex, deliberate, and essential. And the result is usually a surprise - a surprise that is sought after. The first event of every piece is the invention of a shape. With a myriad of inspirations including art history, architecture, literature, and music, that shape is arrived at by a combination of intuitive drawing and distillation. Step 2 is to cut out the shape, and then exploit it as vehicle for printing, as stencil, and/or as collage material. Then, using dry pigment and shellac, and often working with translucent Japanese paper, I manipulate both front and back of the paper to arrive at a finished image that I hope appears to emanate from within.

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Handpicked to show at The Other Art Fair presented by Saatchi Art in London, Brooklyn, Brooklyn, New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Sydney

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