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Theta Hydrae (16" x 14") Painting

Thomas Hammer

United States

Painting, Airbrush on Other

Size: 14 W x 16 H x 1.5 D in

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Theta Hydrae Acrylic, airbrush, and gesso on linen 16"W x 14"H x 1.5"D Thomas’ airbrush and acrylic paintings on canvas contrast hard-edged geometric abstraction with a painterly touch. Unlike many of his predecessors, he breaks the rationality of the grid to work in a more free-form improvisational style. These works explore the subconscious, but are inspired by contemporary aesthetics - from advertising to popular music, fashion, and social media. His paintings are paradoxes: intimate in scale, but cosmic in scope

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Painting:Airbrush on Other

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:14 W x 16 H x 1.5 D in

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Thomas Hammer (b. 1985) is NYC based painter known for his ink works on paper and acrylic paintings on canvas. His ink works are inspired by the spontaneity and vim of post-war action painting, but employ a unique vocabulary of mark making. He creates a sense of depth through variety of textures that vary between smooth and flowing and staccato and rhythmic. The intent is to harness, rather than let loose, energy. Thomas’ acrylic paintings are built in layers. The first few accrue with gestural flourish and become more deliberate as the composition emerges. Each layer interacts with the one before it, obscuring some of the canvas beneath it while adding texture, color, and complexity to the painting. The end result is an artifact of the process but it is also a constructed reality, akin to a carefully composed photograph that flattens three dimensional space to a single plane.

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