Charmer

Miranda Parkes, Artist

This is one of the paintings in our collection. It was made in Whanganui City, Whanganui Region, New Zealand in 2009.
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About the Work
‘Charmer’ is inspired by the French art movement Support/Surfaces, active in the late 1960s and early 1970s, who worked to reconstruct the foundational elements of painting (the canvas and the stretcher) and break from art tradition by freeing the canvas from the stretcher’s form. Parkes does this by hanging a dramatically rumpled canvas onto the stretcher, making the painted canvas the focal point of the work and creating a joyous three-dimensional form that emerges towards the viewer.
Jennifer Taylor Moore, Curator of Collections for exhibition 'Beyond the Frame', 2018
Measurements
1010 x 1040 x 340mm
Media
acrylic on canvas
Description
Compound-folded canvas relief, painted with striped pattern
The result her time as Tylee Cottage artist-in-residence, Aug - Dec 2009
Credit Line
Collection of the Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui. Tylee Residency exchange, 2009.
Collection Type
Permanent collection
Acquisition Date
2009

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Accession Number:
2009/10/1

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