Jack Arthur Wood Jr.
Movements of Linear Time in an Unpeopled Landscape, 2020
acrylic, linen, and paper on panel
18 x 14 inches
Image description: A horizontal painting by Jack Arthur Wood Jr. in which strips of paper, each painted with gradient fades, are collaged to loosely form a landscape. The paper strips are painted in an array of warm and cool colors, each one fading from lime green to yellow, violet to white, teal to tangerine, and so on. Rounded blue shapes near the bottom of the composition resemble rolling hills or islands at sea. Strips of brown linen are collaged along the edges of the panel.
Jack Arthur Wood Jr. is an artist practicing in Queens, New York. You can find more of his work at jackarthurwood.com