Sugarcoat

by Michelle Hinebrook

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Artist Statement

 

Abstraction in my work emerges through sensation, emotion, memory, physical experiences and material experimentation. My paintings often consist of interrelated layers of geometry, fractal patterns, fragmented representation, organic forms and polyhedral networks. The process of abstraction in my work begins with observation, research and assemblage. In particular, color observation and interaction are important factors. As I work, structural patterns emerge through relationships and connections. Sugarcoat is part of a series of work that focuses in on the sensations of the body and the experience of taste and touch. The candy paintings are filled with intricate details, imagery and candy-coated colors. The painted surfaces are expressive, sensual and extremely tactile.

 

Michelle Hinebrook

 

Michelle Hinebrook received her MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art in painting and her BFA, with honors, from the College for Creative Studies. She has an established studio practice, active exhibition record and engagement within the art community. In addition to her studio practice, she frequently lectures and teaches studio courses at numerous institutions. Her work has been internationally exhibited, commissioned, collected, published and reviewed. She's exhibited works with 101 Exhibit Gallery, Florida; David Klein Gallery, Michigan; Islip Art Museum, New York; Helene Nyborg Contemporary, Denmark; Foley Gallery, New York; Marlborough Gallery, New York; and Cranbrook Museum of Art, Michigan.

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