Not My First Blue Rodeo

Size: 48 x 36 in.
Stretched found neoprene with powder-coated aluminum frame

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Henry Jock Walker is an Australian artist whose practice is intertwined with his surfing lifestyle and surf culture. His instincts for breaking up space with line and shapes are somewhat classical but the use of neoprene, which he sources from used wet suits, brings a satisfying texture to the surface. The stitched seams create soft grooves which behave as graphic elements between brightly colored patches of fabric. Often playful and with unexpected titles, the assorted mix of salvaged neoprene offers varying levels of reflection and light absorption which allows the work to take on a more serious tone at times.
Established in 1968, Foster/White Gallery represents both American and International artists, exhibiting Modern and Contemporary painting, photography, and sculpture in Seattle.
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