This print, Multiple.20, is an example of the “mechanical abstractions” I paint by hand on paper or canvas. I improvise each composition using imaginary mechanical forms that evolve as the piece progresses. Inspired by technology and engineering as well as formal abstraction, I use a personal vocabulary of imagined rivets, support structures and counter-weights to “build” each piece. Free from actual function or specific identity, each completed composition is left open to interpretation for each viewer.
Tricia Keightley is a painter based in Brooklyn, New York. After studies at Parsons School of Design and receiving a B.F.A. in Painting from the San Francisco Art Institute, Keightley has exhibited in the United States and internationally in solo and group shows. Keightley has been a recipient of a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Painting as well as a resident at MacDowell and the Millay Colony for the Arts. In 2012, Keightley received a commission from New York’s Metropolitan Transit Authority’s Arts for Transit program. Recently, Keightley was included in “Take Five”, a show of five women working in abstraction, at the University of Buffalo in New York. Keightley exhibited her first large-scale video in this show as well as paintings.
Made in Brooklyn, NY. Standard 18"x24" size for easy and affordable framing. Unframed prints ship in 1-2 business days. Framed prints are fulfilled by Simply Framed and current lead time is approxiately one month.
Frames are glazed with 99% UV blocking plexi and have a shadowbox spacer.