Radio Mountain, Series 23 #21 Painting by Heather Goodwind

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Radio Mountain, Series 23 #21

Heather Goodwind

United States


Size: 48 W x 48 H x 1.5 D in

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Painting: Acrylic, Ink on Canvas.

Series 23 #21
Radio Mountain
48 x 48 x 1.5
Ink, Acrylic, on Canvas

This large scale work on canvas was created with a grant from the Pollock-Krasner Foundation while in residence at the PLAYA Art and Science Residency in Summer Lake, Oregon. The only device I brought with me to the residency was a short-wave radio, and this painting was inspired by the magic of that signal reaching me over and through the surrounding mountains.

The stretcher bars are 1.5" thick, there are two notched cross braces, and the canvas is El Greco absorbent ground canvas.

This work ships in a wooden crate, includes hanging hardware, and is ready to hang.

For a $400 discount, ask to have this canvas removed from the stretcher bars and shipped in a tube.

Local pick-up or delivery, in Portland, Oregon, is also an option.


My works represent a constant outpouring of singular impressions: clearly isolated images that capture flashes of emotion, changes in perception, or moments of recognition. I give fleeting thoughts as much consideration as monumental ideas: nothing is more important than anything else and every small thing has its place.

My process is modeled after the methods of improvisational theater. I make a first mark, then ask myself, “if this is true, what else is true?” I repeat this process with the addition of each new element, using personal experience to shape the final image.

Each image represents an isolated narrative, yet all the images together tell a larger story. My accountability for the truth and permanence of this story is an important part of my identity as an artist. This is why I make all my works in sequential series, and never destroy or hide any of them.





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