Garrison Buxton
"The Car, the Hole and the Peeksill Meteorite"
Painting Triptych

Item#:  503999
Price:  $2200

Dimensions:  30" X 66"
(3 parts each 30" x 22")
Date:  2003
Condition:  Very Good
Materials:  Paint and Inks on Paper--unframed
Country of Origin:  USA


 Garrison Buxton large abstract triptych painting The Car

Description: It's not only in the naming that a fascination with the sciences appears in Garrison Buxton's art. Buxton's inventive painting process, "flash printing", requires a sound knowledge of the chemistry of inks and paints. View left close-up of "The Car..." triptych. View center close-up. View right close-up. The title refers to the 1992 crash of the Peekskill meteorite and a memorable photo of the car it hit. This event in which the cosmic and the mundane collided makes an amusing metaphor for painting. Oklahoma-born, Garrison Buxton is a recent graduate of Pratt Institute where he currently teaches printmaking. Buxton's studio is in New York City. View more Garrison Buxton paintings.
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