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David Collins

Contrails and Slipstream 36, 2003

Monotype on rice paper
18 1/4 × 38 3/4 in
46.4 × 98.4 cm
This is a unique work.
$2,000
location
Larchmont, Kent
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Kenise Barnes Fine Art
Larchmont, Kent
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This abstract horizontal monotype features asymmetrical shapes layered over a black and gray …

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This abstract horizontal monotype features asymmetrical shapes layered over a black and gray gradient background. Rectangular and curvilinear forms in shades of white, gray, and black and loose line work unifies the composition. This is a unique monotype with no other editions.

By layering geometric planes and simple …

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Excellent
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Hand-signed by artist
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Frame
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David Collins
American, b. 1966
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In David Collins' abstracted, geometric paintings, brightly colored planes are simultaneously assembled and fragmented, at once recalling familiar forms and challenging them as shapes disperse into space. Collins explores the fluidity and unreliability of memory by depicting complex, piecemeal recollections of specific places. He shares his family's history in Cold War-era technology, often referencing airports, construction zones, and other industrial sites in addition to domestic interiors. His paintings include wallpaper samples in patterns that reference specific memories of his life; as they split into pieces, they reveal otherwise hidden elements and suggest exterior realms beyond the limitations of a single chamber.

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About the work
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Kenise Barnes Fine Art
Larchmont, Kent
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This abstract horizontal monotype features asymmetrical shapes layered over a black and gray …

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This abstract horizontal monotype features asymmetrical shapes layered over a black and gray gradient background. Rectangular and curvilinear forms in shades of white, gray, and black and loose line work unifies the composition. This is a unique monotype with no other editions.

By layering geometric planes and simple …

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Medium
Print
Condition
Excellent
Signature
Hand-signed by artist
Certificate of authenticity
Included
Frame
Included
David Collins
American, b. 1966
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In David Collins' abstracted, geometric paintings, brightly colored planes are simultaneously assembled and fragmented, at once recalling familiar forms and challenging them as shapes disperse into space. Collins explores the fluidity and unreliability of memory by depicting complex, piecemeal recollections of specific places. He shares his family's history in Cold War-era technology, often referencing airports, construction zones, and other industrial sites in addition to domestic interiors. His paintings include wallpaper samples in patterns that reference specific memories of his life; as they split into pieces, they reveal otherwise hidden elements and suggest exterior realms beyond the limitations of a single chamber.

David Collins

Contrails and Slipstream 36, 2003

Monotype on rice paper
18 1/4 × 38 3/4 in
46.4 × 98.4 cm
This is a unique work.
$2,000
location
Larchmont, Kent
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Have a question? Read our FAQ.
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