Mark Innerst, ‘Rise And Fall ’, 2011, Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper, Acrylic on paper, DC Moore Gallery
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Mark Innerst

Rise And Fall , 2011

Acrylic on paper
4 3/4 × 4 3/4 in
12.1 × 12.1 cm
.
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Location
New York
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Mark Innerst
American, b. 1957
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Mark Innerst is a contemporary realist who paints landscapes in a style that borrows from both Impressionism and abstraction. His works are as much about the setting itself as they are about the optical effect of natural light; they have been hailed for their luminosity and glossiness—qualities Innerst achieves by building up layers of transparent glazes. Innerst’s most common subjects are his immediate surroundings; during his time in New York City, he painted many series featuring the city’s buildings and the East River. Since moving to Cape May, New Jersey, Innerst has begun to paint more beaches. He explains that nostalgia is a major theme in his works: “I’m trying to capture the magic of the light coming back from a black-and-white TV set,” he once said.

Mark Innerst, ‘Rise And Fall ’, 2011, Drawing, Collage or other Work on Paper, Acrylic on paper, DC Moore Gallery
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About the work
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Mark Innerst
American, b. 1957
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Mark Innerst is a contemporary realist who paints landscapes in a style that borrows from both Impressionism and abstraction. His works are as much about the setting itself as they are about the optical effect of natural light; they have been hailed for their luminosity and glossiness—qualities Innerst achieves by building up layers of transparent glazes. Innerst’s most common subjects are his immediate surroundings; during his time in New York City, he painted many series featuring the city’s buildings and the East River. Since moving to Cape May, New Jersey, Innerst has begun to paint more beaches. He explains that nostalgia is a major theme in his works: “I’m trying to capture the magic of the light coming back from a black-and-white TV set,” he once said.

Mark Innerst

Rise And Fall , 2011

Acrylic on paper
4 3/4 × 4 3/4 in
12.1 × 12.1 cm
.
Contact For Price
Location
New York
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Want to sell a work by this artist? Consign with Artsy.
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