Alison Elizabeth Taylor, ‘Schilderachtig’, 2013, Print, Screenprint, archival inkjet, collage with wood veneer and glitter, BAM Benefit Auction
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Schilderachtig, 2013

Screenprint, archival inkjet, collage with wood veneer and glitter
28 1/2 × 22 1/2 in
72.4 × 57.2 cm
Edition 25/30
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Framed in natural wood with Plexiglas. BAM will facilitate artwork release within 14 days after …

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Alison Elizabeth Taylor
American, b. 1972
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Alison Elizabeth Taylor “paints” with wood. Trained as a painter, Taylor uses thin wood veneers to create collaged, trompe l’oeil images. Her work constitutes a modern update of the ancient craft of marquetry or inlaid wood intarsia, in which various colored materials are cut to form an image. She first explored the art form with a friend’s grade-school photograph, and has since expanded her work to more abstract arrangements of various colors and grains of wood, meant to evoke the battered plywood sheets left on construction sites around New York City. Taylor has also returned to her roots in pieces that combine marquetry trees based on photographs taken in New York with fiery skyscapes shot in the Southwest.

Alison Elizabeth Taylor, ‘Schilderachtig’, 2013, Print, Screenprint, archival inkjet, collage with wood veneer and glitter, BAM Benefit Auction
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Framed in natural wood with Plexiglas. BAM will facilitate artwork release within 14 days after non-essential work resumes and allows. Ships from New York.

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Alison Elizabeth Taylor
American, b. 1972
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Alison Elizabeth Taylor “paints” with wood. Trained as a painter, Taylor uses thin wood veneers to create collaged, trompe l’oeil images. Her work constitutes a modern update of the ancient craft of marquetry or inlaid wood intarsia, in which various colored materials are cut to form an image. She first explored the art form with a friend’s grade-school photograph, and has since expanded her work to more abstract arrangements of various colors and grains of wood, meant to evoke the battered plywood sheets left on construction sites around New York City. Taylor has also returned to her roots in pieces that combine marquetry trees based on photographs taken in New York with fiery skyscapes shot in the Southwest.

Schilderachtig, 2013

Screenprint, archival inkjet, collage with wood veneer and glitter
28 1/2 × 22 1/2 in
72.4 × 57.2 cm
Edition 25/30
.
Bidding closed
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