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14 Flowers

Jack R. Mesa

K3 Ultrachrome print, epoxy, glass on Metal

Ready to hang

One-of-a-kind

Signed on back

2018

48 " h x 39 " w x 1 " d |50 lbs. 0 oz.

$4,400

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This image came from flowers I photographed all around the world. There are flowers in this piece from Tokyo, Osaka, Kyoto, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Iceland, Germany, Switzerland, Taiwan, Mexico, Canada and various states of the USA. I select a strip of each image to describe the flower then print and attach it to a framed steel panel I fabricated by hand in my studio. At that point I used epoxy resin to affix a layer of broken safety glass to the surface of the image.

This piece is framed in 1/4" blackened steel with a brushed steel front edge. The entire panel and frame are constructed from steel. There is a red oak french cleat attached to the back for hanging. This work is finished with a layer of fractured safety glass attached with epoxy resin. It looks like a million diamonds on the surface of the image and will grab light from your space and sparkle.

Jack R. Mesa

Oakland, California

Jack R Mesa depicts his subjects in a visual medium blended with a layer of sound to explore his personal experience of synesthesia. Synesthesia is the phenomenon where the brain interprets one sense as another - experiencing sound as colors, for example. His earlier series of paintings uses color blocks and abstract shapes to depict sounds, as seen in his series '100 Sounds' (see Sold works). His newer series explores a new medium, using tapestry to literally weave together sounds and colors into his large format works, for example his series 'Soft Synesthesia.' In addition to capturing a photo of his subject, he also records the sounds of a place and overlays the two into a final image in his Oakland studio. He joins other artists, including Carol Steen, David Hockney, and Kandinsky who reportedly see sounds. This is the closest that a non-synesthete may come to viewing the world through Jack's eyes. Mesa has recently exhibited at Berkeley Art Museum (Berkeley, CA), Yerba Buena Center for the Arts (San Francisco, CA), and Material Art Fair (Mexico City, MX).

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comments200 Sounds
R Cho 7/21/2019 | 12:02 PM

For the "200 Sounds" piece, is each individual wood piece mounted or glued to a big piece of canvas or wood? And how do you mount the entire piece? Thank you.

S Mathi 1/2/2015 | 2:05 AM

Excellent work

commentsNew Water (Sound Synthesis (C on D (Poem Painting)))
krnhersh 11/11/2014 | 5:11 AM

wow!!!! so cool... amazing way to express yourself-- love it!!! k

comments100 Sounds (IV)
A Martin 11/17/2013 | 3:21 PM

This is amazing and awesome. Excellent work!

UGALLERY 9/16/2011 | 4:52 PM

Meet James, our resident synesthete, and learn more about his work at the Ugallery blog: http://ugallery.com/blog/post/Artist-in-Focus-James-Cordas.aspx

Ladybug 5/24/2010 | 4:10 PM

I asolutely LOVE THIS!!!

  • This is amazing and awesome. Excellent work!

    - A Martin

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