GALLERY
EVAN SKREDERSTU

EVAN SKREDERSTU

PAINTINGS GALLERY

WORKS

FRAGMENTS IN NATURE

 

I would consider this piece of a continuation of Adapt and Improvise, a larger piece created by Jose Lopez and myself in 2011 for the Pasadena Museum of Art. There is an obvious difference in our styles and approach to painting, this is what makes it interesting for me to collaborate with Jose. It’s rare that we’re able to work on a piece together so when it does happen it gives me a chance to carve my piece out of an abstract setting. The perched chameleon we see in the bottom right is carefully analyzing the new environment and deciding whether to go in further. His colors are the actual colors of a veiled chameleon. With a few small exceptions, every color on his body is present in the environment around him.

 

Medium: Acrylic on Bark Paper
Size: 17 x 12 in
Creation Date: 2012

ABSTRACTION AND NUMBERS

 

“This piece developed as I went along, playing with layers, color, and composition.”

Skrederstu makes abstraction pulsate with energy in time and space. That includes numbers, perhaps the most useful abstraction devised by humankind.

 

Medium: Acrylic and Collage on Board
Size: 23.5 x 14.5 in
Creation Date: 2015

BACK TO THE FUTURE PT.1

 

“This piece shows the 2.5-year-old me adding on to a black and white mural of my grandmother.”

 

Time travel is another theme that Skrederstu continues to explore in his series of paintings about the painting process.

 

Collection Betti Lundquist.

 

Medium: Acrylic on Board
Size: 12 x 8 in
Creation Date: 2011

 

ORIGINAL SOLD

 

Giclée on Archival Paper or Canvas Available.

CHAMELEOTAN

 

“The Chameleon is an orangutan with chameleon eyes—an upgrade that allows a larger range of vision than the average orangutan enjoys.”

 

Medium: Oil on Canvas
Size: 5 x 4 ft
Creation Date: 2012

 

ORIGINAL SOLD

 

Giclée on Archival Paper or Canvas Available.

BLOCKED IN

 

Medium: Original Acrylic on Board
Size: 72 x 48 in
Creation Date: 2012

ESCAPE

 

“This piece is about escaping morality, society, land, physical constraints, the earth…”

 

Medium: Acrylic on Board
Size: 32 x 25 in
Creation Date: 2011

PLANT TOWER

 

Medium: Original Acrylic on Canvas
Size: 16 x 20 in
Creation Date: 1997

THE PEACOCK OF EL SERENO

 

Medium: Original Watercolor
Size: 11 x 8.5 in
Creation Date: 2010

 

Giclée on Archival Paper or Canvas Available.

EYE–I

 

“Another piece playing with scale…”

 

Collection Steve Johnson

 

Medium: Acrylic on Board
Size: 12 x 8 in
Creation Date: 2012

 

ORIGINAL SOLD

 

Giclée on Archival Paper or Canvas Available.

FAUX REAL

 

Medium: Original Oil on Board
Size: 8 x 12 in
Creation Date: 2006

 

INQUIRE FOR PRICING

 

Giclée on Archival Paper or Canvas Available.

PAINTING IN PRIVATE

 

“This is an in-progress behind-the-scenes insight into how I work.”

 

This work demonstrates Skrederstu’s photorealism chops and offbeat perspective. He might not call it prana but evidently, his painting is as natural and essential to him as breathing.

 

Medium: Oil on Board
Size: 10 x 8 in
Creation Date: 2012

 

Giclée on Archival Paper or Canvas Available.

PALM LIFE

 

Medium: Original Acrylic on Board
Size: 17 x 12 in
Creation Date: 2006

 

INQUIRE FOR PRICING

 

Giclée on Archival Paper or Canvas Available.

RIVER TROPICAL

 

Medium: Oil on Board
Size: 13 x 3.5 in
Creation Date: 2004

 

INQUIRE FOR PRICING

 

Giclée on Archival Paper or Canvas Available.

THE BIG ONE

 

“It’s always fun to play with scale and have a time limit.”Skrederstu painted this work live in front of thousands of people at a rave.

 

Medium: Oil on Canvas
Size: 6 x 8 ft
Creation Date: 2005

 

Giclée on Archival Paper or Canvas Available.

THE YOUNG FEYMAN

 

Medium: Original Oil on Board
Size: 7 x 12 in
Creation Date: 2011

 

Giclée on Archival Paper or Canvas Available.

UP LATE

 

Medium: Original Acrylic and Sandpaper on Wood
Size: 24 x 12 in
Creation Date: 2012

 

Giclée on Archival Paper or Canvas Available.

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