Alan Ebnother

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Alan Ebnother
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Photographer Jennah Ward has extensively documented Ebnother's unique painting techniques.
Born (1952-12-26) December 26, 1952 (age 64)
Alameda, California, United States
Nationality American
Known for Painting, drawing
Movement Monochrome painting, postminimalism, concrete art

Alan Ebnother (born December 26, 1952, Alameda, California, United States) is a contemporary American artist. His practise as an artist is usually associated with monochrome, concrete, modernist, post, color-based, radical, minimalist and abstract painting.[1]

Life and work[edit]

There is nothing to paint, except paint itself.[citation needed]

— Alan Ebnother

Ebnother has been living and working in Stanley, New Mexico since 2002.[2] His oils, in hand-ground dry pigment on stretched linen and wood panels, are characterized by rich impasto, dense pigmentation, and dense markings.[according to whom?]

Ebnother trained as a ballet dancer and his understanding of elevation, extension, and balance comes through in his dispersed composition and the agility of his paint handling.[according to whom?] The high pigment-to-oil ratio and furrowed surfaces of these paintings combine to create an unusually saturated color with a grounded, concrete physicality.[according to whom?] For many years,[quantify] he was known as the artist who painted all green paintings, but his palette has diversified since 2008.[3]

Solo exhibitions (retrospective): Paintings, Room for Painting Room for Paper. San Francisco, California (2009), Reduxion, Maria Elena Gonzalez- Alan Ebnother, Galerie Gisele Linder, Basel Switzerland (2009),Paintings on Paper, Imprints, Le Vieux Village, France (2008), Painting, Wade Wilson Art, Houston, Texas (2007), Small Paintings, Galerie Klaus Braun, Stuttgart, Germany (2008), Painting on Paper, Galerie Klaus Braun, Stuttgart, Germany (2003), Paintings, Charlotte Jackson Fine Art, Newport Beach, California (1999) New Paintings, Galerie Klaus Braun, Stuttgart, Germany (1998), Painting, Galerie Alf-Krister Job, Mainz, Germany (1998), Alan Ebnother, Charlotte Jackson Fine Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico (1997), Alan Ebnother, Galerie Orms, Innsbruck, Austrian (1997),Alan Ebnother-Kulturraum Kirche, Evangelische Kirche, Taunusstein-Bleidenstadt, Germany (1996).[1][4]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Alan Ebnother". ArtSlant Worldwide. ArtSlant, Inc. Retrieved 2015-03-23. 
  2. ^ Ashley, Chris (April 1, 2005). "Interview with Alan Ebnother". Minus Space. Retrieved 2015-03-23. 
  3. ^ "Alan Ebnother". Searchable Art Museum. New Mexico Museum of Art. Retrieved 2015-03-23. 
  4. ^ "Alan Ebnother". GeorgeLawsonGallery.com. George Lawson Gallery. August 10, 2009. Retrieved 2015-03-23. 

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