Beautiful, larger print of a classic Dan Attoe Accretion Drawing. Attoe has a daily drawing practice that typically places greater emphasis on the characters represented in his populated landscape paintings. He creates one new drawing a day and retains them for his archive. These constellations of miniature graphite compositions, which he refers to as Accretion Drawings, evoke intimate vignettes that serve as reference material for paintings. Attoe describes these works as a daily process that plants the seeds for paintings and his iconic neon sculptures. This is a small edition of only 30.
Dan Attoe Accretion Drawing XXIV, 2010 Pigment print on archival paper 31 x 23 inches Signed, titled, dated, and numbered edition of 30
Exhibitions: Pictures and Statues, Country Club, 2010