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Austin Eddy

Soon enough my sweet, 2013

Caulking, cut paper, oil, acrylic, airbrush, ink, enamel, powdered pigment on raw canvas
36 × 32 in
91.4 × 81.3 cm
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San Juan
About the work
Austin Eddy
American, b. 1986
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Brooklyn-based painter Austin Eddy creates autobiographical paintings that straddle the line between figuration and abstraction. His monochromatic works—mixtures of oil pastel, cardboard, spray-paint, and newsprint—have been described as Picassoeque, with their flattened and fractured forms harkening back to 20th century Cubism. These works take inspiration from relationships in the artist’s personal life, whether a case of romantic rejection or a lost encounter with a stranger at a bar. Eddy’s more recent works feature abstract compositions of colorful, curvilinear shapes, which often resemble landscapes, hands, or portraits of women.

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Austin Eddy
American, b. 1986
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Brooklyn-based painter Austin Eddy creates autobiographical paintings that straddle the line between figuration and abstraction. His monochromatic works—mixtures of oil pastel, cardboard, spray-paint, and newsprint—have been described as Picassoeque, with their flattened and fractured forms harkening back to 20th century Cubism. These works take inspiration from relationships in the artist’s personal life, whether a case of romantic rejection or a lost encounter with a stranger at a bar. Eddy’s more recent works feature abstract compositions of colorful, curvilinear shapes, which often resemble landscapes, hands, or portraits of women.

Austin Eddy

Soon enough my sweet, 2013

Caulking, cut paper, oil, acrylic, airbrush, ink, enamel, powdered pigment on raw canvas
36 × 32 in
91.4 × 81.3 cm
Sold
location
San Juan
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