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Lunar Cut

Edition of 15 + 2 APs + 2 PPs, 2023
UV pigment print on mirrored dibond

Artist signature and edition number laser engraved en verso

20.00 x 16.00 in
50.80 x 40.64 cm

Lunar Cut was created by replacing Furr’s typically starlit or monochrome painted backgrounds with mirrored dibond. The work’s focal subjects — chunky metal blades slicing against a glimmering full moon — were printed with UV cured pigments atop the reflective surface.

Work ships with a french cleat for hanging.

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About the Work

In this exquisite series, Furr's emblematic starlit and monochromatic canvases are artfully reimagined using mirrored dibond. Elevating the craft, the painting's central motifs — robust metallic blades juxtaposed with a radiant full moon — are meticulously rendered using UV cured pigments atop the luminous backdrop, marrying advanced printing techniques with timeless artistry.

In her surreal oil paintings, Furr blends the tangible and the transcendent. With an architectural sense of space and sumptuous technique, the artist designs a thoughtful world at once historic and futuristic, an interdimensional catalogue. Our edition Lunar Cut is intended for direct visual dialogue with Furr’s broader body of work, inviting viewers to contemplate the ultimate paradox of how that which appears readily — the moon, a pair of scissors, mirror, mirror on the wall — is at once formed from refined elegance yet remains imbued with an unknowable and intricate complexity, ultimately reflecting the cosmic wonders that surround us.

Artist Biography

Emily Furr (b. St. Louis, MO) has held solo exhibitions at Sargent’s Daughters (New York), SCAD Museum (Savannah), 12.26 Gallery (Dallas), 12.26 Gallery West (Los Angeles), and Rebecca Camacho Presents (San Francisco, CA). Select group exhibitions include presentations at Office Baroque (Antwerp), O’Flaherty’s (New York), Galerie Hussenot (Paris), Achenbach Hagemeier (Berlin), and Halsey McKay Gallery (East Hampton). The artist lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

Authentication & Resale

Artist signature and edition number are laser engraved en verso. This work is also accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity signed and numbered by Exhibition A. 

Be sure to keep your Certificate of Authenticity (COA) in a safe place. We are unable to replace or reissue COAs.

Shippings & Returns

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