November 09 2012

GREY AREA FOR HELMUT LANG: NOTECARDS BY JAMES DEWOODY
The characters on James DeWoody’s notecards were lifted from his journal of painted sketches, which derive from Asian-made objects composed in conversation tableaux. For DeWoody, the sketched characters express human feelings more authentically than straightforward figuration.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
James DeWoody grew up in Texas but has lived and worked in Tribeca since 1975.   He’s had over twenty solo exhibitions in galleries across the country and abroad. His work is in many museum and private collections.
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GREY AREA FOR HELMUT LANG: NOTECARDS BY JAMES DEWOODY

The characters on James DeWoody’s notecards were lifted from his journal of painted sketches, which derive from Asian-made objects composed in conversation tableaux. For DeWoody, the sketched characters express human feelings more authentically than straightforward figuration.

ABOUT THE ARTIST

James DeWoody grew up in Texas but has lived and worked in Tribeca since 1975.   He’s had over twenty solo exhibitions in galleries across the country and abroad. His work is in many museum and private collections.

SHOP OUR NEW CAPSULE, GREY AREA FOR HELMUT LANG GOODS

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