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Teal Arch in White Light Aschely Vaughan Cone

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With minimal compositions, Aschely's paintings offer visual play and a quiet moment of contemplation with shapes that join, underpin, obfuscate, reveal, and determine each other.
Materials Acrylic and oil on canvas

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With a minimal but, at times, active surface, this painting offers a quiet moment of contemplation and play; it is about things that can be two things at once, and whose relationships might be seen to shift over time. It relies heavily on figure/ground reversal - where a shape we may have deemed to be "figure" transforms to reading as "ground" in another moment of viewing. Throughout, shapes join with, underpin, obfuscate, reveal and determine each other. In this shifting landscape of continued visual play and slippage, one might find a sustained meditation on perception and relationships in general. This work emphasizes a matte gray surface that is intended to read as "ground". On the one hand, we know that, materially speaking, the most primary surface is underneath all the other parts of the image. But illusionistically, this ground can come forward, appearing as if it is in front of the other parts of the painting. This is meant to parallel the slippage present in other parts of the image and to reinforce an experience that hearkens to the layering and visual play that can be found in collage. On top of that two shapes have been "placed". As they structure what was otherwise the matte gray ground, the arch emerges as a nameable form.

Aschely Vaughan Cone

About the Artist

Aschely Vaughan Cone is an artist interested in patterning, asymmetry, doubling, game boards and things that are two things at once.

News and Notables
  • Solo exhibition, Doublets, at Gotham West, 2021
  • Artist in Residence at Skowhegan, 2016
  • Hamiltonian Gallery Fellow, 2016