Little Giants and Common People
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Little Giants and Common People is an exhibition of eight abstract paintings by artist Andrew Hockenberry.
Hockenberry defines his style as subconscious abstract, painting without consideration of the end result. He does not believe in mistakes or editing the way he has manipulated the surface. Using music as a rhythm and flow to the paintings, he makes each piece balanced while experimenting with alternative applications and materials. It’s as simple as paint on surface, surface being anything to hold paint, paint being anything to make an impression on surface.
About the Artist
Andrew Hockenberry began painting in 2002 after moving to Denver, Colorado. A self taught artist, he learned to build frames and stretch canvas, an important part of his process. He manipulates and re-purposes traditional and alternative materials to create balance in his abstract paintings. While working from his subconscious, every mark is deliberate and applied to the rhythm of music. Having moved to New York City to pursue his art professionally, Hockenberry continues to explore the boundaries of materials and mark-making.
Little Giants and Common People is presented online: click here to visit
Little Giants and Common People will be on physical display at Chashama’s 1155 Avenue of the Americas – Lobby once NYC un[PAUSE]s.