A Brush with Geology
- Oil, conte, and paper collage on board
42 x 54-1/2 in
Isaac Payne has evolved and refined his ability to show the complexity and isolation in a situation.
Isaac Payne grew up in Tacoma, WA. He studied painting at CUNY Queens College (MFA '05) and the Cleveland Institute of Art (BFA '03). Isaac was an 11 month Affiliate Artist in Residence at the McColl Center for Visual Art (2011-2012), and a winner of New American Paintings 2010 Southern Competition.
Isaac Payne lives and works in Charlotte, NC.
"A reoccurring theme in my artwork is our relationship to architecture and the modern landscape. I use draftsmanship and a range of drawing and painting media (on combined surfaces of paper) to create images of architectural environments in states of flux, shifting between modes of representation and abstraction, perspectival space and surface pattern. The anonymity of figures and places are intended to encourage viewers to relate their own experiences to these pictorial environments, while also contemplating the layers of shared history that buildings represent."