84 x 72 inches (213 x 182 cm.)
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Brendan Lynch is an American abstract artist. Born in Los Angeles, he grew up surrounded by everyday street and urban art – graffiti, cartoons, comic strips. Embracing the dialogue, or antagonism, between what is considered ‘high and low’ art, Brendan employs a variety of mediums, with a predilection for non-traditional and profane materials such as surf wax, cigarette ash, potato chips and even toenail clippings. Part of the Brooklyn-based artist-run organization The Still House Group, he is mostly known for his graphite and aluminum on wood abstract creations and his spray-painted universes on gallery walls.
Chapel is part of his most acclaimed series of work. Featuring graphite and aluminum leaf on wood, Lynch’s fragments located within the wooden panels form narratives, suggest stories. Effusing sincerity, his works aim to paint a more egalitarian, horizontal reality.