ANDREA MYERS

Artist's Statement

Within my artistic practice, I maintain an interest in exploring the space between the two- dimensional and three- dimensional, hybridizing painting, printmaking and sculpture. I feel my work is dependent upon various processes, such as cutting as drawing, the relationship between deconstruction and construction, and the inherent malleability and vulnerability of my chosen materials, namely fabric and paper. I identify myself as a painter who constructs painterly sculptures and installations. I am interested in using painting as a matrix to work against and to stretch into the realms of other mediums. I look to painting to inspire color and form, and extract the formal qualities to reinvent the boundaries of painting.

Vertigo Vortexmachine

Vertigo Vortexmachine

sewn fabric collage 70x85" 2015

Cliff Hanger

Peeks

Peeks

Machine sewn fabric collage 24 x 30"

Greyziggrayzag

Greyziggrayzag

Machine sewn fabric collage 36" x 120"

Greyziggrayzag (Detail)

Greyziggrayzag (Detail)

Balancing Beams

Balancing Beams

Machine sewn fabric collage, dyed fabric 22" x 33"

Eyes of March

Eyes of March

Machine sewn fabric collage, dyed fabric 27" x 30"

Split Spectrum

Split Spectrum

machine sewn fabric collage 70x85"

CloudClear

CloudClear

Machine sewn fabric collage, acrylic paint 36" x 38"

Unbounded I and II

Unbounded I and II

Woven dyed fabric diptych 65" x 120"

Soft Knots

Disperse

Everlasting

Converge

Ripple Series

White Hollow (1 of 5)

White Hollow (1 of 5)

Acrylic on layered paper, glued together and torn into by hand 17 x 21" framed

White Hollow (1 of 5)

White Hollow (1 of 5)

Acrylic on layered paper, glued together and torn into by hand 17 x 21" framed

White Hollow (1 of 5)

White Hollow (1 of 5)

Acrylic on layered paper, glued together and torn into by hand 17 x 21" framed

At the Core

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