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Clark Goolsby

Tumulus, 2012

Wood, Foam, MDF, Paper, String, Acrylic, & Paint
$15,000
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Brooklyn, New York
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Clark Goolsby
American, b. 1980
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According to Clark Goolsby, his abstract paintings spring from an “[interest] in how we maintain …

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According to Clark Goolsby, his abstract paintings spring from an “[interest] in how we maintain optimism in a world that is so full of potentially life-ending situations.” Goolsby’s imagery often references mortality, the passage of time, and mutable perceptions of space; skulls, body parts, and skeletons are …

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According to Clark Goolsby, his abstract paintings spring from an “[interest] in how we maintain …

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According to Clark Goolsby, his abstract paintings spring from an “[interest] in how we maintain optimism in a world that is so full of potentially life-ending situations.” Goolsby’s imagery often references mortality, the passage of time, and mutable perceptions of space; skulls, body parts, and skeletons are …

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Clark Goolsby

Tumulus, 2012

Wood, Foam, MDF, Paper, String, Acrylic, & Paint
$15,000
location
Brooklyn, New York
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