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Hills Snyder

Hwy 70 NM , 2017

Archival Bristol board, prismacolors and ebony pencil.
9 × 12 in
22.9 × 30.5 cm
This is a unique work.
$400
location
Magdelena
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About the work
Exhibition history
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Provenance
Warehouse 1-10
Magdelena
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The drawing are framed 10.5" x 13.5". (white)

The drawing are framed 10.5" x 13.5". (white)

Series
Your Nowhere is My Somewhere. See you there. Drawings by Hills Snyder, based on travels in West Texas and Eastern New Mexico. Twenty one drawings selected from the original forty shown last summer at Bale Creek Allen Gallery in Austin, Texas. The artist collected photographs of abandoned buildings, neglected landscapes, peripheral sites, pretty much anything out of the way or overlooked. These photos form the basis for drawings which organize movement, gesture, color, sometimes recognizable objects and locations into new and formerly unknown spaces as anything seemingly unimportant is celebrated as a good place to be. The "you" of the title is directed to the culture of hurry that tends to miss what is right in front of it.
Image rights
Image rights retained by the artist
Signature
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About the work
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Provenance
Warehouse 1-10
Magdelena
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The drawing are framed 10.5" x 13.5". (white)

The drawing are framed 10.5" x 13.5". (white)

Series
Your Nowhere is My Somewhere. See you there. Drawings by Hills Snyder, based on travels in West Texas and Eastern New Mexico. Twenty one drawings selected from the original forty shown last summer at Bale Creek Allen Gallery in Austin, Texas. The artist collected photographs of abandoned buildings, neglected landscapes, peripheral sites, pretty much anything out of the way or overlooked. These photos form the basis for drawings which organize movement, gesture, color, sometimes recognizable objects and locations into new and formerly unknown spaces as anything seemingly unimportant is celebrated as a good place to be. The "you" of the title is directed to the culture of hurry that tends to miss what is right in front of it.
Image rights
Image rights retained by the artist
Signature
Yes

Hills Snyder

Hwy 70 NM , 2017

Archival Bristol board, prismacolors and ebony pencil.
9 × 12 in
22.9 × 30.5 cm
This is a unique work.
$400
location
Magdelena
Have a question? Read our FAQ.