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Variable Landscape, detail, plywood, paint, foam, stain, plastic plants, mounted giclee prints, 110” x 192”, 2013

Variable Landscape (detail) (2013), plywood, paint, foam, stain, plastic plants, mounted giclee prints, 110 x 192 inches

Infinite Perfection, the latest show at Tiny Park Gallery in Austin, is a solo exhibition of Joseph Phillips‘ work.  There’s not much to say about the show that hasn’t already been said about Joseph’s work. He’s exploring the tension between nature and contemporary life—our need to control it and our romantic desire to embrace it.

Self Contained, Concrete Reinforced Orb, gouache, graphite and ink on paper, 23” x 29”, 2013

Self Contained Concrete Reinforced Orb (2013), gouache, graphite and ink on paper, 23 x 29 inches

The work is simple, understated, clean and looks beautiful under Tiny Park’s fluorescent lights.

Lagoon Outposts, gouache, graphite and ink on paper, 37” x 49”, 2012

Lagoon Outposts (2012), gouache, graphite and ink on paper, 37 x 49 inches

Country Cabin with Cistern and Shelter, gouache, graphite and ink on paper, 15” x 19”, 2013

Country Cabin with Cistern and Shelter (2013), gouache, graphite and ink on paper, 15 x 19 inches

Variable Landscape, plywood, paint, foam, stain, plastic plants, mounted giclee prints, 110” x 192”, 2013, installation view

Variable Landscape (installation view) (2013), plywood, paint, foam, stain, plastic plants, mounted giclee prints, 110 x 192 inches

Infinite Perfection
Tiny Park
January 25 – February 23, 2013

 

 

also by Leslie Moody Castro
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