ARTIST | Keren Toledano
Art is a reaction to a moment in context. Exploring this theme, Keren Toledano’s abstract work creates dialogue between elements in tension. Dark and light, transparent and opaque, smooth surfaces disrupted by scribbles—all invoke the layered history of the canvas. The compositions have a sense of order, while entropy peers through from beneath. The artist studied literature at Harvard, where she first explored the overlap of story and art. She lives and works in New York City, splitting her time between painting and writing. She works by the motto that we are nowhere without where we have been.
PHOTO CREDIT: @shadedeggesphotography
Shown in 16"W x 20"H
The reductive prints give the illusion of texture while maintaining the integrity of the original work of art. In other words – they are the flat version of an original. The key to our reductive print starts with the scan. The scanner captures all of the detail from the original. Every mark, brushstroke, fine line, smudge and incidental as well as the peaks and valleys of the piece are captured and reproduced to simulate the depth of the original when printed.
Displays the stretched canvas with a slight gap between the artwork and the clean natural blonde wood frame.