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"Alignment" by Jeanette Pasin Sloan - Price on Request Firm




Jeanette Pasin Sloan

Limited Edition Print

Size: 34 x 24 in  |  86 x 61 cm

Framed: 40 x 32 in  |  102 x 81 cm

Edition: 9/60

Hand Signed : Lower right
Condition: Excellent
Framed with Glass : Gold wood frame with ivory mat
Provenance : Purchased from Gerhard Wurzer Gallery, Houston, Texas.
Certificate of Authenticity : Gerhard Wurzer Gallery
Jeanette Pasin Sloan

Art Brokerage: Jeanette Pasin Sloan American Artist: b. 1946. Jeanette Pasin Sloan was born in Chicago in 1946. She graduated from Marymount College, Tarrytown, New York, and received an MFA in graphic arts from the University of Chicago. She has produced numerous editions with Landfall Press since 1978, including Expresso Cups and Club State II. Recently, Pasin Sloan completed a lithograph entitled Alignment for Landfall Press's 30th Anniversary Portfolio. Pasin Sloan's paintings, drawings, and prints display technical feats of virtuosity. The artist uses a photo-realistic style to depict reflective objects set against patterned backgrounds. However, she subverts both genre and style, infusing the traditional genre of still life painting with highly abstract tendencies. Closely-cropped, and set in carefully manipulated compositions, the subject matter of Pasin Sloan's work takes second stage to its formal intensity. "Jeanette Pasin Sloan works in the great still-life tradition of Western art, but takes a distinctly modernist approach to design and color, employing bold shapes, distorting reflections (including on occasion her self-portrait) and vertiginous arrangements of patterned fabrics. Her works have developed from placid groupings of everyday objects to the recent Balancing Act series presenting objects in magisterial disarray, their effect approaching abstraction. At the same time she has gone from a use of complex patterning reminiscent of Op art through a period of brilliant color to the subtle tonalities of recent work." Gerrit Henry

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