|Georges Braque, Baluster and Skull, 1938|
". Most striking are the surfaces - extreme examples of Braque’s method of adding sand to his paint. The sand’s heavy grit creates a surface that both reflects the ambient light and deepens that within the painting. In combination with the gentle outlines and washes with which he paints the objects, the sand creates a surprising fullness of space..."
|Still Life with Palette, 1943|
|Jason Stopa, Watermelon with KB, 2013|
|Trudy Benson, N, 2010|
|Sarah Faux, Hands on Hips, 2012|