Thursday, September 30, 2010
Matthew Sepielli on Phrequency
"In his first solo show, Sepielli sets forth a body of work that throws traditional painting practices to the wolves, often trading traditional canvas for items like his father's course books from college. Sepielli's paintings are akin to the lithosphere – thick and full of matter – laid flat on a table they might resemble the real life contours of a landscape. He incorporates carpet, studio detritus, and more paint than a Sherwin Williams shop to construct what he calls 'things that portray' rather than the blasé 'painting'."
Read the full post: http://www.phrequency.com/blog/art/DIY_FF_OCTOBER.html#ixzz14hoeyeql