FEATURED IN MARCH
THE OVERGROWTH ON THE BANK BY SLATER SOUSLEY
The Overgrowth on the Bank displays Sousley’s skill of capturing light and creating movement in his work. Effortless brushstrokes and immaculate color choice compose mesmerizing scenes. Despite the movement, he manages a calmness and depth to his work that is unique. Leading a practice that translates sight to canvas, Sousley rarely sketches out his compositions before diving into the paint. Together these methods produce paintings of lush, impressionistic brushstrokes that reveal his cultivated intuition.
MOURO BY TOM JUDD
Focusing on the moment when architects were designing and building towards their visions of the future, Tom Judd’s paintings capture the uncompromising beauty of the grid. Harsh edges are greeted by curvaceous greenery. The solid surfaces of these buildings accept subtle hues of shade and light dictated by their adjacent walls or minimal roofs. The intricacies of these buildings are carefully rendered by Judd capturing a combination of their utopian elegance and bygone glory.
FURNITURE SET BY JENS RISOM FOR KNOLL
Risom initially used parachute webbing as a creative workaround during wartime material restrictions. This webbed design was the first of its kind, starting a revolution in how chairs could be made. By taking this strong webbing, bleaching it down to a neutral tone, then wrapping it around the chair’s frame; Risom innovated a way of creating long-lasting, attractive furniture from limited materials. In their original condition, this rare set of lounge and chaise lounge chairs with side tables is perfect for a collector seeking the authentic craftsmanship of these iconic pieces.