Alan Steele - Buried Passage
Buried Passage, 2016
pen and ink on museum board, on 19th century Japanese, hand-made rice paper with red corrugated paper
22.5 x 22 in || 57.2 x 55.9 cm (framed size)
This work is sold framed and includes free shipping in a reinforced StrongBox within the continental US.
Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by WESTWOOD GALLERY NYC.
Alan Steele is a New York based abstract artist whose work focuses on fragmentary objects immersed in understandings of tradition, culture, and geography to ascertain parts of a whole.
Alan Steele’s non-objective compositions play on the inherent two-dimensionality of the flat color surfaces to propose an alternative structuring of the space. The geometric artworks from this series are influenced by visionary architecture and explore the values of color alternatives.