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Frederick Yocum

Infinite Architecture

A series of works dealing with design patterns present in nature, from small objects, flowers, plants, to large systems, like constellations. Originally they were framed using dark materials, scorched wood and black encaustic paint on simple oak frames. For the smaller pieces in the series, I would like to explore some other possibilities which would free images from the wall. This must mean the series isn’t finished yet.

A leaf falls from a branch with a blue sky in the background.

Leaf falling

Notes

The action is suspended between earth and sky.

Media Oil
Support Stretched Canvas
Other Material Sorched Oak
Size 1010 mm x 1300 mm
Exhibitions Woodmere Art Gallery
A branch of an apple tree against a blue sky.

Infinite Architecture 01

Notes

Was finished. But not anymore. . .

Media Oil
Support Canvas on board
Other Material Being reformed
Size mm x mm
Yellow dandelions against a blue sky.

Infinite Architecture 02

Media Oil
Support Canvas on board
Other Material Still working on these
Size mm x mm
A wild plant with yellow flowers is shown against a blue sky.

Infinite Architecture 03

Notes

Spirals both big and small.

Media Oil
Support Canvas on board
Other Material Still working on these
Size mm x mm
Exhibitions Woodmere Art Gallery