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Andy Denzler

September 19, 2011

Artist Andy Denzler reinterprets the harsh visual quality of obsolete analog film in his oil on canvas portraits.  At a distance the blurred images and distorted movements appear to be a paused VHS film still, yet up close the textural haze of brushstrokes materializes.

“One day when I was experimenting with abstract composition, I saw color fields appear on the canvas, like what you get with long exposure times on photography. The effect was as if something was hovering beneath the surface of the paint.”

Andy Denzler

 

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