Elizabeth Gilfilen, ‘Lost Edges #12’, 2013, Print, Drypoint monoprint, Gallery Aferro
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Elizabeth Gilfilen

Lost Edges #12, 2013

Drypoint monoprint
24 × 20 in
61 × 50.8 cm
.
$750
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Shipping: $100 domestic only
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Newark
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Gallery Aferro
Newark

Gilfilen received her BFA from the University of Cincinnati and her MFA from Virginia Commonwealth …

Medium
Condition
Good.
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed Front Bottom Right.
Frame
Not included
Series
Lost Edges Series
Elizabeth Gilfilen
American, b. 1974
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With their wild bursts of color and intuitive, gestural lines, Elizabeth Gilfilen’s vivacious paintings exist in the tradition of New York School action painters such as Jackson Pollock. She employs swaths of colors, bold brushstrokes, and sinewy lines, applying them with loose painterly gestures that palpably reflect the artist’s hand. Her work paradoxically reflects a simultaneous sense of control and restraint: her color schemes cohere into complementary and almost logical systems, while her compositions display an acute understanding of positive and negative space.

Elizabeth Gilfilen, ‘Lost Edges #12’, 2013, Print, Drypoint monoprint, Gallery Aferro
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Gallery Aferro
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Gilfilen received her BFA from the University of Cincinnati and her MFA from Virginia Commonwealth University. Gilfien’s works on paper and paintings start with a searching, repetitive line. Through carving pictorial space with her own visual language, strange, yet vaguely familiar forms emerge. Accumulated marks grow …

Medium
Condition
Good.
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Signed Front Bottom Right.
Frame
Not included
Series
Lost Edges Series
Elizabeth Gilfilen
American, b. 1974
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With their wild bursts of color and intuitive, gestural lines, Elizabeth Gilfilen’s vivacious paintings exist in the tradition of New York School action painters such as Jackson Pollock. She employs swaths of colors, bold brushstrokes, and sinewy lines, applying them with loose painterly gestures that palpably reflect the artist’s hand. Her work paradoxically reflects a simultaneous sense of control and restraint: her color schemes cohere into complementary and almost logical systems, while her compositions display an acute understanding of positive and negative space.

Elizabeth Gilfilen

Lost Edges #12, 2013

Drypoint monoprint
24 × 20 in
61 × 50.8 cm
.
$750
Ships from Newark, NJ, US
Shipping: $100 domestic only
Location
Newark
Locked
Secure payment
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Learn more.
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