Harrison Steinbuch

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Harrison Steinbuch

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Smol Action Objects by Harrison Steinbuch

This series of paintings explore the interrelationships between unique characters in composition. ""Characters"" reveal themselves as distinct actions - or techniques - and approach the canvas as a stage set for a scene to occur. The seemingly spontaneous, unrelated acts, formalize together as an event captured as an object on canvas.

・Acrylic, Enamel, and Wall Texture on Stretched Canvas
・11” x 14”
・Postcards also available in sets of 3

About the Artist: Harrison Steinbuch is an artist and designer currently based in Los Angeles. His work explores the tensions that arise between abstract and formalist design tendencies and his interests encompass a variety of scale and medium including architectural design, painting and photography. Harrison received his Master of Architecture degree with distinction from the Southern California Institute of Architecture and his Bachelor of Science in Architecture from The Ohio State University. He has practiced professionally as a project designer and fabricator at the offices of Warren Techentin Architecture, Oyler Wu Collaborative, P-A-T-T-E-R-N-S and ROTO Architecture.

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