Author Archives: JF
Painted in 2006 – 2007 Acrylic paintings on vinyl. Inspired by the last few minutes on Anotonioni’s film Zabriske Point. This series explores idyllic leisure outdoor furniture and palmtrees recomposed in the image of kaleidescopic symmetry, being blown about in
This is a collection of wearable sculpture, created in the image of luxury brands such as Chanel. A limited use of material was employed, such as plastic, polyester, bubble wrap and cotton. This was the manifesto titled “Optimism”
1997 Word Paintings – obsolete language series; paintings on vinyl The potential of Hypertext as a written language is considered in these paintings. Words are condensed into letters/symbols. Here we loose the sequential , left to right, occidental reading
Paintings created in 1996. Acrylic on stretched transparent vinyl, these paintings are both transparent and opaque. They represent the windows at my home, during this time, in Los Angeles California. They have been been given the names of different phobias,
Painted in 1994 Acrylic on vinyl. Approximately 20″ x 20″. A meditation on the beauty of banal, everyday things. An object, a window, blue sky, a television, a seductive void, call it what you want.
Painted in 1995 Acrylic on vinyl. Approximately 22″ x 36″. Never mind Jackson Pollock, here is Pollocks. How to create something light and ethereal. The dry and matte quality of the thin veil of paint that covers the vinyl,
Inspired to create something all at once, modern and reductive, while being violent, transformative, beautiful and decorative. Painted on vinyl.
1994 Acrylic on vinyl. Approximately 18″ x 30″ These paintings serve as a meditation on the beauty of banal, everyday things. They resonate with the association that life is easier with modern living, come escape into the new age, make
1994 Acrylic on vinyl. Approximately 18″ x 30″ These paintings serve as a meditation on the beauty of banal, everyday things. They resonate with the association that life is easier with modern living, come escape into the new age,
Painted in 1994 Acrylic on Vinyl. Approximately 24″ x 36″. These paintings depend on the wall underneath for it’s diffused and reflected light as well as it’s support. The title is a reference to something heavy and is the
Painted in 1994 Acrylic on vinyl. This piece is approximately 18″ x 30″. Here the vinyl surface conforms to the stretcher-bars as with a conventional canvas. The stretcher-bars become protected and preserved by the vinyl. Occasionally the frame is