Artist Interview - Jered Sprecher

Valerie Brennan of Studio Critical interviewed Jered Sprecher about his studio practice. I posted images from his show in November so you can find more images here.


Paintings usually start from two different places. Some paintings begin with a found image, something like a quilt, gemstone, graffiti, architectural photograph, or child’s drawing. These source materials are starting points for the paintings. I paint from these source materials to find a way to understand the original image or object and my attraction to it.

The other way that paintings start is less structured and often results from taking left over paint and applying it to empty canvases. It is a strange mix of thrift and feeling around in the dark, trying to find a painting. 





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