Posts Tagged ‘painting’

cardboard box 5 in process, 2012

In Progress: Cardboard

June 20, 2012

Cardboard Essay by Jim Heitzeberg June 2012 at Corridor 2122, Fresno, California Cardboard is ubiquitous in our society. It is one of the foundations of our current economy allowing for the efficient packaging and transportation of goods. It touches our lives everyday and it scarcely registers with us. We have become so used to its […]

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cardboard box 4, 2012, oil on canvas, 8"x10"

cardboard box 1-5, 2012

June 18, 2012

Cardboard Essay by Jim Heitzeberg for the exhibition¬†Cardboard at Corridor 2122, Fresno, CA June 2012 Cardboard is ubiquitous in our society. It is one of the foundations of our current economy allowing for the efficient packaging and transportation of goods. It touches our lives everyday and it scarcely registers with us. We have become so […]

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winter outfit, 2010, oil on paper

misc 2008-2012

September 16, 2011

misc works 2008-2012  

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Air Travel postcard

In Progress: Air Travel / Night Vision

August 31, 2011

The exhibition, Air Travel, was assembled by Fresno artist and educator Julia Bradshaw. She does not like flying. Her artist-book ‘Flying’, on view at Corridor 2122, is in the Getty Research Institute collection. Julia writes: Corridor 2122 in Fresno, California presents artwork by eight artists on the theme of air travel. Opening on Thursday, September […]

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bermuda slide#36, installation at corridor2122, 2010

bermuda slide#36, 2010

February 21, 2011

bermuda slide#36 installation views Installation at corridor2122 during September and October 2010. I have been interested in the wide variety of ways in which we categorize information and objects. In browsing through dozens of found slides, I became just as intrigued by the information on the slide mount as by the image itself – the […]

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i like airplanes installation at corridor2122, Sept 2009 03

i like airplanes, 2009

September 5, 2009

i like airplanes installation views Exhibited in September of 2009 at corridor2122, the source/support/research material accumulated during the process of making the painting Aircraft is exhibited opposite the finished work. For more about the process click Here.

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Aircraft painting in progress

In progress: i like airplanes

September 1, 2009

My first exploration of night vision images came in 2003, when I created a small group of small paintings inspired by the televised video of the invasion of Iraq. Since then, I have kept my eyes open for these strange green images, collecting them from time to time and filing them away. Eventually, I came […]

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Lake Pippin, 2008, oil on canvas, 48x36"

recollections, 2007-2008

February 21, 2008

recollections Recollections is a series of works which began in 2007 and continues through today. The work is an examination of my personal memories and their relationship to photography, more specifically, the family snapshot. In examining family snapshots from my childhood I began to realize how the memories of my life are in many ways […]

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Y no hai remedio, fear, lists, 2004

subterfluence, 2004

February 21, 2005

Essay by Jacquelin Pilar, Curator, Fresno Art Museum, September 2004 for subterfluence¬†at the Fresno Art Museum Stephen Dent continues to examine his recognition that art is often an exploration of the tradition of painting. That like the geology of earth’s planes, the “strata” of paint used by an artist determines a harmonic and subtle richness […]

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Olive branch, 2001, oil on canvas, 24x42"

still life, 2000-2003

March 6, 2004

Essay by Quinn Gomez-Heitzberg, April 2002 for Next Wave II at the Fresno Art Museum Stephen Dents’s painting is rooted in an abiding belief that an artist who is truly engaged in his work can find endless variation in the exploration of the simplest forms. As an artist who is interested in the fundamental value […]

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