Blue and gray-toned abstract contemporary assemblage by Houston, TX artists, Katy Anderson and Patrick Medrano. This assemblage includes 44 small drawers that carry sepia-toned and black and white photographs. The rows of small drawers serve as a backdrop to a digitally manipulated photo of a woman wearing an unbuttoned blouse and a long ruffled skirt. This piece is encased in a longitudinal shadowbox with a thick darker gray frame.
For over 17 years Katy Anderson and Patrick Medrano have been submerged in the arts in Houston, Texas and abroad. What started out as a love story between a photographer and a painter sculpture, has over the years blossomed into a thriving and much sought-after collaborative art entity. Although Medrano and Anderson's solo art careers have grown significantly, it's their collaborative work that has flourished, giving birth to what is now simply known as "ANDERSON+MEDRANO". With backgrounds as different as their personalities, Medrano and Anderson become one in their works of art. "Our process is always the same" the duo explains, "We shoot, paint and build what our individual hearts desire. Then through the shuffle of life they find their way into each their frame." Katy's beautifully soft black/white photos give comfort and balance to Patrick's hand on soulful brush strokes and custom fit structures. A unique balance of light and darkness.
H 53.63 in. x W 26.25 in. x D 3.75 in.