Ellen Weider - Q&A

ARTIST: Ellen Weider (American)

STATEMENT: My drawings are an important bridge between my prints (basically drawings on copper plates, which are printed as drypoints) and paintings.  The images float in a mysterious, ambiguous space. Some suggest houses, buildings, rooms and other architectural structures.  There are no inhabitants, but the structures themselves evoke human presence and human interactions.  Other works employ organic and geometric forms that create a similar effect.  Whether the prints, drawings and paintings are interpreted as pure abstraction or as self-contained narratives, an ironic humor with a meditative bent inform them. Ann Landi, “What is a Drawing? Part Eight”, Vasari21.com


SIZE: 15" x 20"


MATERIALS: Colored Pencil on paper

PROVENANCE : Direct from artist

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