Sascha Braunig, ‘Sticks Together’, 2012, Foxy Production

About Sascha Braunig

Sascha Braunig paints compositions that experiment with flatness and depth, curve and line, the organic and the artificial. Through a controlled painting process, she turns portraits or still lifes into graphic schemes, applying a “skin” of irregular pattern—herringbone, fluid grids, or polka dots—in contrasting or complementary colors. The effects range from almost perfect digital-like finishes, to more malleable, sensuous material effects, with nods to Surrealism’s biomorphic forms and the optics of Bridget Riley. Rolling Shutter 2 (2013), Chur, and Squirm (2014) all explore the erotic or uncanny potential of squiggling lines.

Canadian, b. 1983, Qualicum Beach, British Columbia, based in Portland, Maine

Solo Shows

Group Shows

Hans Bellmer, Sascha Braunig, Matthew Ronay
Wingate Studio, 
New York,
A Big Enough Umbrella