July 2, 2012
Cabin Study 11 by Drew Tyndell
Artist Drew Tyndell‘s new series of cardboard-thin assemblages are reminiscent of a child’s wooden puzzle toys, managing to successfully capture the natural beauty of both wood and architecture on a two-dimensional plane. Growing up with an architect-father, Tyndell learned the process of building homes at a young age and mines these experiences for the inspiration in his new work, ‘Cabin Series’.
Cabin Study 6 by Drew Tyndell
Through the integration of color and wood, Tyndell is able to emphasize the beauty of the natural materials and employs the inherent patterns present in the wood to add depth to each piece. The series, which includes 13 individual Cabin Studies as well as ‘Beach Houses’ along with a few more site specific pieces, makes use of color blocks and patterns to set the tone, location and even interject humor into each piece.
The artist is currently working in Atlanta, Georgia, while his work can be seen in various galleries across the country including the Compound Gallery in Portland, Oregon and the Poem88 Gallery in Atlanta, Georgia.
Water in the Basement by Drew Tyndell
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