brian matthew hart: new light paintings
brian matthew hart: new light paintings brian matthew hart: new light paintings
oct 21, 2011

brian matthew hart: new light paintings

‘the garden triptych’, 2010 this image consists of 225 individual photographic exposures each section is 4" x 6", mounted on three separate panels, with a final dimensions of 60" x 92"

american light painting artist brian matthew hart has developed a new series of works. using light beyond its practicality, hart sets up living scenarios for which he applies the photographic technique, capturing domestic and whimsical scenes drawn mostly in reds, yellows and greens. his most recent series of paintings called ‘illinois 4’ was conceived, arranged and drawn in collaboration with dena pickering on the night of october 15th, 2011 in a western-illinois attic.

‘absurdist portrait of dena with umbrella and bike’, 2011 (part of the ‘illinois 4’ series) this drawing was completed in 12.5 min. 10" x 15"

‘dena falling with umbrella’, 2011 (part of the ‘illinois 4’ series) this drawing was completed in 6 min. 10" x 15"

‘dena lying languidly while I stand with lamp’, 2011 (part of the ‘illinois 4’ series) this drawing was completed in 12 min. 10" x 15"

‘how to stand’, 2011 (part of the ‘illinois 4’ series)

this drawing was completed in 10 min.

10" x 15"

‘apartment light drawing’, 2011 this drawing was completed in 17 min. 10" x 15"

‘dark water’, 2011 the image consists of 80 individual photographic exposures the 67.5" x 104.5" piece is composed of sections measuring 8" x 10"

via wooster collective

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