Ann Craven, ‘Pink Bird with Cherries (Blue)’, 2011, Print, Reduction Wood Cut on Paper, Food Bank For New York City Benefit Auction
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Ann Craven

Pink Bird with Cherries (Blue), 2011

Reduction Wood Cut on Paper
34 × 30 in
86.4 × 76.2 cm
Edition 9/12
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Bidding closed
Food Bank For New York City Benefit Auction

Located at the artist's studio in New York, NY. Yossi Milo Gallery will ship the artwork at a …

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Signed Recto
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Courtesy of the artist and Karma, NY
Ann Craven
American, b. 1968
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Moved by ideas of memory, time, and change, Ann Craven produces lushly colored, sensuous paintings, whose motifs of birds, flowers, the moon, and stripes are more than eye-pleasing images. Ranging from small- to large-scale, and presented individually, overlapping, or as unified installations, her works serve as a temporal record of her life and practice. Always building upon what came before, she continually re-visits her compositions, re-creating them in an attempt to copy them exactly, while understanding the impossibility of this pursuit. She embraces the inevitable differences between each canvas as evidence of our constantly shifting existence. Craven both confronts and celebrates these shifts, as in her series of paintings of the waxing and waning moon, which she describes as “a perfect subject…it’s [a] variable that’s constant but changing, so it’s perfect for my work.”

Ann Craven, ‘Pink Bird with Cherries (Blue)’, 2011, Print, Reduction Wood Cut on Paper, Food Bank For New York City Benefit Auction
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Food Bank For New York City Benefit Auction

Located at the artist's studio in New York, NY. Yossi Milo Gallery will ship the artwork at a later date.

Medium
Signature
Signed Recto
Image rights
Courtesy of the artist and Karma, NY
Ann Craven
American, b. 1968
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Moved by ideas of memory, time, and change, Ann Craven produces lushly colored, sensuous paintings, whose motifs of birds, flowers, the moon, and stripes are more than eye-pleasing images. Ranging from small- to large-scale, and presented individually, overlapping, or as unified installations, her works serve as a temporal record of her life and practice. Always building upon what came before, she continually re-visits her compositions, re-creating them in an attempt to copy them exactly, while understanding the impossibility of this pursuit. She embraces the inevitable differences between each canvas as evidence of our constantly shifting existence. Craven both confronts and celebrates these shifts, as in her series of paintings of the waxing and waning moon, which she describes as “a perfect subject…it’s [a] variable that’s constant but changing, so it’s perfect for my work.”

Ann Craven

Pink Bird with Cherries (Blue), 2011

Reduction Wood Cut on Paper
34 × 30 in
86.4 × 76.2 cm
Edition 9/12
.
Bidding closed
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