Julia Morrisroe is a painter and associate professor at University of Florida. Looking at Painting began as a way to share my commitment to look and occasionally write about a wide variety of painting, contemporary and historical. In particular I'm looking at this as public commonplace book, a long term project to explore what I mean when I say 'thats a painting'.
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Ameringer McEnery Yohe featured Markus Linnenbrink's there were songs before there was radio last month. Working with epoxy resin and pigments Linnenbrink's builds surfaces that can be drilled into for shiny chromatic paintings or washed over walls for his larger installations. More of his work can be found here.
Marcus Linnenbrink, There Were Songs Before There Was Radio, 2012, pigments and epoxy resin on wood
Marcus Linnenbrink, There Were Songs Before There Was Radio, Site specific painting
HOLDDOWNWATCHOUTEYEKNOWS," 2012, Pigments and epoxy resin on wood, 36 x 96 inches, 91.4 x 243.8 cm, A/Y#20425