The Walls of Perception
Boise lawyers learn the art of collectingby Bill English
Spink and Butler stand before a large oil and alkyd on board by Wyoming artist Matt Flint. The painting, entitled Dust, is their most recent acquisition. It employs abstracted plants and animals to suggest isolation and transformation. It offers a dream-like landscape of the artist's imagination.
"I like the texture and the colors," Spink says. "The techniques Flint uses, like scratching the surface, make it moody. When I look at Matt's work, I wonder what he's thinking about."
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I marked my piece with a red dot. Second from the left on the top row is work by fellow Wyoming artist Connie Norman.
Below is a brand new piece available at Lyndsay McCandless Contemporary.
Oil, Alkyd, & Pencil On Canvas