‘Unfinished Construction Site 25’ by Andrew DeGraff

£230.00

Artist: Andrew DeGraff
Title: ‘Unfinished Construction Site 25’
Medium: Ink on Paper
Dimensions: 14″ x 11″
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2019
Artwork Will Ship From:
USA

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‘Unfinished Construction Site 25’ by Andrew DeGraff

Artist: Andrew DeGraff
Title: ‘Unfinished Construction Site 25’
Medium: Ink on Paper
Dimensions: 14″ x 11″
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2019
Artwork Will Ship From:
USA

About the Artwork:

“The ‘Unfinished Construction Sites’ are a series about how structures emerge. I have always been obsessed with architecture and structure, and I never pass up a chance to peek through a fence at a new building project. While the entire building is planned and executed by the architect and contractors, the effect on the viewer is one of emergent possibility: what is it and what will it be? Viewing a construction site is then like a seeing the building in the nude, and personally I find them beautiful, confusing, and geometric but wonderfully organic. These drawing attempt to capture some of whimsical playfulness of that possibility.” – Andrew DeGraff

About the Artist:

(Artist Bio)

Andrew DeGraff is a freelance illustrator and artist living and working in Maine. He graduated from Pratt Institute’s Communications Design program with a focus in Illustration in 2001. He returned to Pratt to teach illustration from 2009 – 2014 and now teaches at the Maine College of Art. He recently published his second book, Cinemaps: An Atlas of 35 Great Movies from Quirk Books. Andrew has worked as an illustrator for clients such as: Visa, Sports Illustrated, Kellogg’s, The New York Times, GAP Kids, Anthropologie, and Leo Burnett. His gallery work has been shown in New York, Albany, Philadelphia, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Honolulu, Calgary, Mexico City, and the Philippines.