Monday, February 04, 2008

Joseph Zemann's Language of Line

New Yorker Joseph Zemann's works often feature Jazz-inspired motifs and unconventional media, such as caulk, which he employs for his textural and gestural narratives. Zemann is a painter in every sense of the word and has been for more than two decades. He was educated in England as a decorative painter and owns his own house painting company. Most importantly, however, he's been privately honing his voice as an abstract painter and wielding the tools of his trade to conjure a variety of spaces and experiences. This musician, father, and life-long New York City resident invites you into his studio for a fresh look at the language of line.

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