Jeffrey Jenkins / Brush Portrait Series / Divided Brush, Old Green Paint

Jeffrey Jenkins / Brush Portrait Series / Divided Brush, Old Green Paint

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Archival ink jet print 19.75”x 27.25” (framed)

Edition of 20

The brush is probably one of the earliest tools employed in the personal, domestic and social spaces humans have been making since they first decided to clear their cave of accumulated leaves, bones and expired lottery tickets. Since then it is a form that has constantly evolved and adapted to an endless range of applications and materials. They often reflect the natural world in the materials used to make them. They are a kind of fiber art, both unique and industrial, made to maintain order, organize and alter. Many of the examples in the wall installation and the photographic prints celebrate forms reflecting the hands that have used them, the repetitious, erosive nature of their function and the materials they were made to interact with.

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