He might still call his work "paintings." But Brent Wadden's newest collection aren't the oils he's produced in the past. Instead he embellishes raw canvases with hand-woven yarns, wool, cotton, and acrylic sourced from Craigslist, eBay, and thrift stores.
-Interiordesign.net March '15
Brent Wadden was chosen as our featured artist for his expertise of turning previously used materials into incredible works of art, featuring incredible textures and lines with a simplistic eye.
Wadden's artwork adds natural elements to a modern space, tying in the perfect marriage of tradition and modern together. Take a look at some of our favorite pieces below.
Painting - Handwoven fibers, wool, cotton and acrylic on canvas
22.24 by 9.65 in. 56.5 by 24.5 cm
2 Panel Grey
Painting - Handwoven fibers, wool cotton and acrylic on canvas
72.83 by 78.74 in. 185 by 200 cm.
Painting - Handwoven, wool, cotton and acrylic on canvas
100.39 by 76.77in. 255 by 195 cm
BRENT WADDEN at the Almine Rech Gallery
Photos sources from www.miandn.com + www.canvvas.com