Daniel Brice, ‘Untitled (15-502.9)’, 2015, Tamarind Institute
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Daniel Brice

Untitled (15-502.9), 2015

Monotype with water color.
19 × 22 in
48.3 × 55.9 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
$1,600
Location
Albuquerque
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Print
Publisher
Tamarind
Daniel Brice
American, b. 1961
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In his abstract paintings and prints, Daniel Brice explores both the physicality and the intellectual and emotional resonance of color. Based in sun-drenched Southern California, he translates the multihued blues of the bright Pacific Ocean and the lush reds, yellows, oranges, and greens of the local flora into the richly colored lines and rectangles that dominate his compositions. The surfaces of his paintings range from diaphanous to thickly worked and often stretch across multiple panels, lending an almost sculptural quality to his works. Brice works in layers, overlapping variously sized rectangular planes of color to create a constantly shifting visual field. In OX 27 (2012), for example, four distinct and differently shaded blue rectangles abut two off-white ones, reminiscent of clouds and sky, ocean and horizon, or wading from the shallow shore into the increasing depths of the deep blue sea.

Daniel Brice, ‘Untitled (15-502.9)’, 2015, Tamarind Institute
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About the work
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Publisher
Tamarind
Daniel Brice
American, b. 1961
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In his abstract paintings and prints, Daniel Brice explores both the physicality and the intellectual and emotional resonance of color. Based in sun-drenched Southern California, he translates the multihued blues of the bright Pacific Ocean and the lush reds, yellows, oranges, and greens of the local flora into the richly colored lines and rectangles that dominate his compositions. The surfaces of his paintings range from diaphanous to thickly worked and often stretch across multiple panels, lending an almost sculptural quality to his works. Brice works in layers, overlapping variously sized rectangular planes of color to create a constantly shifting visual field. In OX 27 (2012), for example, four distinct and differently shaded blue rectangles abut two off-white ones, reminiscent of clouds and sky, ocean and horizon, or wading from the shallow shore into the increasing depths of the deep blue sea.

Daniel Brice

Untitled (15-502.9), 2015

Monotype with water color.
19 × 22 in
48.3 × 55.9 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
$1,600
Location
Albuquerque
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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