British Academy of Jewellery.

Spotlight by Jerry Lainoff

Exhibition  /  21 Jun 2016  -  15 Aug 2016
Published: 17.06.2016

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Influenced and inspired by the paintings of artists such as Miro and Pollack, to the sculptural and undulating qualities of artists like Noguchi and Calder, to the geometric abstraction of Donald Judd and Ellsworth Kelly, painter Jerry Lainoff creates architectural and organic paintings with hand cut stencils, troweled surfaces, and multitudinous layers of translucent acrylic gels and polymer resin.

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Jerry Lainoff
Lainoff writes, Employing acrylic gels allows me to maximize three dimensional illusion in the context of a painterly background. For the first time we can see through the object floating in space juxtaposing foreground and background. Push-pull becomes heightened and excited. Polymer Resin is the vehicle driving the construction and the illusion of deep space allowing images to be impregnated, floating between layers of resin and acrylic painterly ground.

A graduate of Tufts University and the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Lainoff lives and works in Somerville Massachusetts.


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