Mechanisms of shape events and interactions are echoed in order to make a cohesive and working system within this work. Paint is applied as a physical and uninflected means to its own end as a carrier of color and light. Color comes from observations of natural and artificial sources—sometimes pacific, sometimes caustic—often together in concert.
Jeffrey Glossip (b. 1977, Iowa) has exhibited his paintings, drawings, and conceptual work in Europe, England, and throughout the United States. He is most well known for his large-scale nonobjective paintings. He received a BFA from the University of Iowa in 2002, and an MFA from San Francisco Art Institute in 2005.