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Shield Net Painting

Aschely Cone

United States

Painting, Spray Paint on Canvas

Size: 72 W x 94.5 H x 2.5 D in

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Using the arch and the shield as motifs, this painting investigates notions of doubleness – entry and obstruction, patterns overlaid and intersecting, acts of veiling. Pivoting between arch/void or shield/form, the work unfolds as its patterned surface veils, collapses and expands. The large-scale canvas allows the work to hearken to a monumental architectural form and thus relate to the viewer’s body. The suggestion of an arch creates the sensation of literal passageway, or its obstruction, heightening the experience of the spatial shifts in the work.

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Painting:Spray Paint on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:72 W x 94.5 H x 2.5 D in

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Using the arch and the shield as recurring motifs, Aschely's paintings investigate notions of doubleness – entry and obstruction, patterns overlaid and intersecting, acts of veiling. Pivoting between arch/void or shield/form, the works unfold as their patterned surfaces veil, collapse and expand. Aschely graduated from the Hoffberger School of Painting, at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore, MD. Her work was featured in the 2016 New American Paintings MFA annual edition. Her awards include a MICA matching scholarship for study at Skowhegan, the SMCM-MICA Artist House Teaching Fellowship, the Hamiltonian Fellowship and The Henry Walters Traveling Fellowship. She is currently represented by The Hamiltonian Gallery in Washington, D.C.

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