About the Work
We’re honored to announce our third collaboration with painter Amy Lincoln. Known for her engrossing colorful naturescapes that hover somewhere between figuration and abstraction, Lincoln’s body of work creates joyful containment for the potentially chaotic and uncontrollable. Transforming the diffraction of weather systems, starry nights, and planetary orbits into saturated geometric gradients, Lincoln’s paintings create idyllic insight into environmental atmospheres, emphasizing the connective tissue that bonds and separates sky and sea.
Our new collaboration, Daylight Stars & Clouds, illustrates Lincoln's deft understanding of color and keen technical ability. Based on a painting wherein Lincoln set out to explore a soft palette of blue and yellow without the blended result turning overly green, Daylight Stars & Clouds features a stack of luminous puffy clouds floating above pastel waves and surrounded by twinkling orbs, emitting her characteristic otherworldly glow.
Describing her intensive process to create the collaboration, Lincoln says, “We converted the original painting into a digital format by outlining individual forms and gradations, then used Photoshop to create transparent layers of color. This process allowed me to change the color of the original palette, creating a new and distinct image. I worked extensively alongside the silkscreen studio, exploring their array of inks to discover and mimic the subtle color gradations that are so important to my work. I’m really happy with the end result — a new artwork that exists only as the edition.”
Amy Lincoln (b. 1981, Bloomington, IN) has held solo exhibitions at Sperone Westwater (New York), Taymour Grahne Projects (London), Morgan Lehman Gallery (New York), Monya Rowe Gallery (St. Augustine, FL), and Wave Hill (Bronx), among others. Select group exhibitions include presentations at The Hole (Los Angeles), Asia Arts Center (Taipei), Stems Gallery (Paris), Galerie Valerie Bach (Brussels), and CULT Aimee Friberg Exhibitions (San Francisco), among others. Lincoln received a Master of Fine Art from Temple University, Tyler School of Art (Elkins Park, PA) in 2006. She lives and works in New York.
Authentication & Resale
Signed and numbered by the artist on front.
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Framed artwork is custom framed once it is ordered. Allow 3-5 weeks for framing and delivery.
This frame is made from solid maple hardwood. Frames are available in painted black maple or white maple and lacquered maple.
Prints are hinged to a conservation quality, acid-free and lignin-free Cellulose matboard, using acid-free polyethylene cloth tape. Each mat’s surface paper is fade and bleed resistant and is attached to a conversation quality foam-core board.
We use museum quality .060 mm plexiglass to frame your work. It blocks 82-85% of UV rays to prevent color fading from exposure to light, protecting your art for years to come.
This moulding has a 5/8" wide flat face, and is 1 1/4" deep.
It is framed with a 4-ply white mat that is 1 3/4" wide.
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