To Go Through or Over a PlaceLinnie Brown
Acrylic paint, spray paint, charcoal, gel transfers on Wood
Natural wood edges
Varnished and Ready to hang
Signed on back
36 " h x 36 " w x 1.75 " d |10 lbs. 0 oz.
In this piece, Linnie Brown explores large and small types of marks- concealing, emerging, and responding to each other. The small marks and lines are based on Linnie's daily routes of travel, and the larger shapes are abstracted from buildings. "I like to think of this piece as visualizing how we navigate our surroundings," says Linnie.
Mixed-media artist Linnie Brown creates multi-layered artworks using techniques from printmaking, painting, drawing and collage. She is inspired by significant locations and places from her life. Using stencils that she has made from personally-significant locations such as the floorplans of her home or the boundaries of meaningful cities, she traces shapes onto the paper or panel or cuts out their shapes for collages. From there, she works intuitively to build the layers of the piece. Linnie believes that we are all an accumulation of our pasts, and that the memories of our homes, schools and cities that build up over time play a significant role in shaping our individual world views.