Sydell Glasser

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Sydell
Glasser
Artist's Statement

www.sydellglasser.com

In order to combine the raw expression of monotype and oil inks, pentemente of drawings, jagged outlines of collage, and the liquid feeling of acyrlic wash, I seek surfaces where I can manipulate images, push inks, and scratch with charcoal. I need to feel my options are open.

My work is about the process, the push to lose conventionality and seeing the figure in a new way; as a landscape, shroud, inside out. I don’t consider any piece precious. They can all be wiped away, drawn over, made better by finding something new to add or take away.

Work brings a new view of the world. Highway overpasses become dry brush strokes, liquid washes form dripping lowlights on a figure, and a shadow becomes a collage piece between a horse and his barn. The story of a place or figure hides behind its face value; it is here that we can find beauty, be it profound or simple.

Bio/Resume

www.sydellglasser.com

Solo Shows
Monotypes. Rosefsky Gallery, 9/03
New Work. Northwinds Coffee and Tea Co. Port Washington, N.Y. 4/05
Portraits, Bellmore Memorial Library, Bellmore NY. 10/06
Introspective, Ten Eleven Gallery, New York, NY 5/08
Here and Now, Ozzie’s, Brooklyn, NY 12/10
Uncovered, chashama, New York, NY 4/11
Selected Group Shows
2012
Scope International Art Fair, New York, NY 2/12
Art Takes Times Square, New York, NY 6/12
GO Brooklyn, Brooklyn, NY, 9/12