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Spielman uses oil paint on canvas, paper and panel in various sizes; she works on up to forty paintings at a time, moving between them as each begins to form, then isolating a work to bring to completion.

Her saturated surfaces are luminous, with alternate glossy and matte …

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Marrying a Pop art palette with tendencies derived from Color-field and action painting, Anya Spielman creates paintings that build on the legacies of postwar American art. A student of Wayne Thiebaud, Spielman similarly uses a bright, candy-colored palette of reds, pinks, and whites, though she does so to different ends than her famed instructor. Indebted to Abstract Expressionism, she allows her paint to bleed and drip and crafts solid fields of color against frenetic and aggressively painted whorls and splotches. For Spielman, the tensions in her work represent binary poles of experience: thoughts and feelings, expression and restraint, beauty and violence.

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2019
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Lapin (Abstract painting), 2009

Oil on paper
41 × 29 in
104.2 × 73.7 cm
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£5,350
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Spielman uses oil paint on canvas, paper and panel in …

Medium
Condition
New
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Verso
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Not included

Marrying a Pop art palette with tendencies derived from Color-field and action painting, Anya Spielman creates paintings that build on the legacies of postwar American art. A student of Wayne Thiebaud, Spielman similarly uses a bright, candy-colored palette of reds, pinks, and whites, though she does so to different ends than her famed instructor. Indebted to Abstract Expressionism, she allows her paint to bleed and drip and crafts solid fields of color against frenetic and aggressively painted whorls and splotches. For Spielman, the tensions in her work represent binary poles of experience: thoughts and feelings, expression and restraint, beauty and violence.

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