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tony wells
, NY
Website: http://
Neighborhood: Brooklyn Heights



ARTIST STATEMENT: My works often work with color as a progressive harmonic movement and rhythm within the work's structure. Others reflect something felt purely visually exploring what we are compelled to share as stories or impressed by sight. I will alter space to allow objects to present themselves as they do in our minds. For as long as I can remember I was fascinated with color relationships. As a teen I joined a crew that painted graffiti works on the subways. At 19 I was gifted an art book of Romare Beardon by my brother. These experiences were the greatest influence on my work. The manipulation of old magazines, books and image sources allowed me to pull my media from other peoples' trash which inspires resourcefulness and an excitement of creating something from nothing. Most of my collages are made up of several hundred separate pieces of paper with carefully chosen image, color and structural properties. I am self taught and work deliberately. My other favored medium is pencils. I prefer portraits because the subtle beauty of facial expression is endless because of our acute sensitivity to it. I will work with watercolor and acrylic and combine media. I also will work digitally using what I have learned from other mediums.
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  • neighborhood in sunlight
    collage, board
    20x27

  • planting after the funeral
    2020
    collage
    22.5x18.5

  • after the rain
    collage
    16x19

  • we took the train home
    collage
    24x30

  • river rain
    2018
    collage, board
    20x30

  • cold water
    2020
    collage
    27x17

  • Anarcha's Recovery
    collage

  • the park in the center of the city
    2019
    collage, board
    24x30

  • Acension
    collage

  • family trees
    2001
    collage/glass
    31x51

  • city by the sea
    2018
    collage
    34x22

  • from darkness
    collage
    22x28

  • My Parents' parents
    mix media
    14x11"

  • Across the City Bridge
    collage

  • Harmony and Melody
    collage

  • the rebirth of trees
    collage
    10x27

  • story teller
    1994
    collage

  • bird
    collage
    22x30

  • the green bus
    collage, acrylic
    20x30

  • mother of invention
    2014
    mix media
    30x36

  • Linda after joining the choir
    2020
    water color, drawing collage
    12x12.5
    young lady from the Bronx

  • runner
    2015
    pencil, watercolor, collage, color pencil
    12"x18"

  • a giant step
    2013
    pencil/collage
    9x20

  • bubbles
    pencil, color pencils
    9x11

  • girl smiling
    2014
    pencil

  • untitled
    pencil
    8x10

  • Eden is awake
    pencil
    8x10

  • flower girl from the balcony
    2019
    pencil
    9x11

  • city mist
    2009
    digital collage

  • the saint
    2009
    digital drawing

  • it will snow until morning
    digital collage

  • sunflower field
    2020
    photography

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