Friday, March 2, 2018

Sarah Joncas Medusae Art Print

Joining 1xRUN for her 12th RUN, welcome back Toronto artist Sarah Joncas as she joins them with her latest edition Medusae. Sharing swirling subject matter with her Aegean Sisters, for this piece (which was part of her most recent exhibition Betwixt and Between over at Thinkspace) Joncas continues to explore the boundaries between her acrylic and oil styles. Read on as Sarah gives us the story behind this edition and much more . . .
"Medusae was apart of a two person show that recently passed at Thinkspace Gallery called Betwixt and Between. I didn't have a specific theme in mind with the show, but was more exploring an aesthetic and trying to push the boundaries of my oil and acrylic painting juxtapositions. The acrylic being used in a more graphic and secondary method, while the oil being used to form out the figure and other more rendered subjects. In 'Medusae' I used the acrylic to help me produce a gradient and flowing background, which would have been more difficult in oils. As far as the idea behind the piece, it was really about having fun with movement and dancing jelly fish, which were focused on in a few of my paintings for the show." - Sarah Joncas
The print is a 12 x 16 Inches Archival Pigment Print on 310gsm Moab Fine Art Rag Paper with a signed & numbered edition of 60.

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