I paint the tenuous connection between the figure and the landscape. We seek out natural spaces to breath fresh air and rejuvenate our senses, yet our daily way of life threatens the environment. How do we reconcile our love of nature and destruction of it?

- Abigail Drapkin

Displacement
ABIGAIL DRAPKIN


Oil painting on wood
Stained wood edges
Ready to hang

One-of-a-kind
Signed on front
2017

14" h x 11" w x 1" d
2 lbs. 0 oz.

$775

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Artist
Abigail Drapkin
Seattle, Washington

Getting to Know Abigail

Abigail captures a multitude of moments in a single composition. The passage of time is articulated in the ghost-like iterations of her figures despite the two-dimensional picture plane. The transparent layers of paint symbolize ephemeral layers of hours and minutes. The viewer is able to visually peel back layer after layer to understand how each painting’s narrative unfolds. Abigail is currently working toward her MFA at University of Washington in Seattle.