When a painter puts down his brushes, he might still call his work “paintings.” The pieces in “Brent Wadden,” opening at the New York gallery Mitchell-Innes & Nash on April 23, aren’t the oils he produced in the past. Instead, he embellishes raw canvases with handwoven yarns—wool, cotton, and acrylic sourced from Craigslist, eBay, and thrift stores.
Brent Wadden Exhibit Opens at Mitchell-Innes & Nash in NYC
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