i decided, i’m investing in one of lindsey porter’s pieces. it’s time. i am now the adult it requires one to be to appreciate and acquire one of her paintings. hello.
what i love is how her line drawings are colorful and bright, but sneaky kinda creepy and crawly. do you see that? there’s a little friction there that i love. it’s a happy botanical! but wait, it’s a little odd. kinda jagged in places, and sharp. there are points and twists. and I LOVE THAT. the most interesting bright color palettes applied to an edgey sketch of a beautiful organic thing. Sold, thanks.
tomorrow, we couldn’t be more pleased to offer 50 original pieces from lindsey. paintings and sculptural collages – all equally beautiful with just a touch of darkness, a generous helping of organic ease and a lively color palette that reads sophisticated and silly – all at the same time.
lindsey’s collages in this series are fun – they have a laid-back, almost dr seuss vibe to them, at first, but again, in true form, when you dig in, they’re a bit more serious — they have depth, and the vibrant colors are grounded with blacks and brown. they looks seriously amazing framed – she recommends floating them in a shadow box, and i agree. they would make such an interesting addition for a collector – i doubt you have anything quite like these!
tomorrow, at 12pm est — live on the site here.
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