House of MoonsDavid Felix
Acrylic paint, chalk paint, pencil, marker pen, paper, cotton, upholstery fabric on Composite board
Painting wraps around edges
Ready to hang
Signed on back
14 " h x 12 " w x 2 " d |2 lbs. 3 oz.
"The title of this piece is just one of those things, one of those moments where words drift into your mind seemingly out of nowhere, but are just so perfect at the time," says David. The work echoes aspects of architecture, such as the plan of a building or a topdown layout of a house.
Part of David's signature series of minimalist abstractions inspired by his long standing love of language and words. In each collage painting he methodically pieces together the composition, building a story through the suggestion of specific objects - such as bowls, tents and tools - and their relationship with one another. "What doesn't come across in a piece is the time it takes, the journey made, the lengthy process of selection and the changes undergone," explains David. "Often I take away, remove sometimes more shapes, than are added."