Series of four works at 4×4 inch scale. January 2023. Fits within the Minor Sun motif.
View of the Southern Shore of the Harlem Meer finds a new home with a private collection in Hastings-on-Hudson. You’re always sad to see them go but happy to know that they’ve found new friends.
I can’t remember the last time I drew in pencil. I wonder if it was Chris Polentz’s Rendering class at Art Center? That was ‘some’ time ago.
I just completed a 350 mile tour of New England. A redemption trip of sorts after my recent ride down to the Eastern Shore of Virginia in August had suffered so many obvious failures. After licking my wounds, it dawned on me that Fall Color was fast approaching and that…
E. Tage Larsen, Maybird, 2020, Bricolage, paper and acrylic medium, 6 x 3 1/2 inches (very low res image, unfortunately)
This was the last of the 90s tape paintings. They could be, and this was, very dimensional which doesn’t reproduce at all. The elements of lost and found form and line moved from here to the bricolage pieces in paper.
E. Tage Larsen, Untitled, Bricolage, paper and acrylic medium, 7 1/8 x 8 3/4 inches
E. Tage Larsen, Untitled (Maybird), Bricolage, paper and acrylic medium, 3 1/2 x 6 inches
Originally published – JUNE 26, 2005 Robert Smithson, “Terminal Area Concepts,” Tibbets, Abbot, McCarthy, and Stratton, c.1966 Robert Smithson’s distant, mythic, Spiral Jetty is his most familiar artwork. However, it was nearly eclipsed by an earlier and far more commercial proposal to develop the “Dallas Fort Worth Regional Airport” as…
Originally published – MAY 25, 2005 Now grossly over-magnified, marketing is pivotal in exaggerating choice in western culture. It’s a tired refrain to remind that branders and advertisers gorge you on implausible and improbable variants of things you already own or likely never needed — a buffet of attrition culminating…