La Jolla Fields 0034.2020

La Jolla Fields 0034.2020

  • Description
    In this striking double-panel piece, James Kendall Higgins combines graphite, resin and a yellow pigment emulsion to create saturated surfaces that function as unfocused lenses. Part of his current body of work, it probes into our perceptions, distorting the process of looking and seeing by obscuring the viewer’s reflection and any concealed image within. Based in San Diego, Higgins creates paintings and sculptures centering on the psychological effect of surface and abstraction.
  • Details
    • Graphite, polymer on birch panel
    • Created:
    • Unique work
    • Signature:
      Yes - on back
    • Artwork Location:
      New York, New York
    • Commissioned pieces available. Lead time: 8-10 weeks
    • Available works ship within 2-4 weeks.
    • All artwork is final sale.

  • Overall Dimensions
    Dimensions: 14w | 2d | 11h in
  • Installation Notes
    When moving the artwork, provide support from the back of the canvas rather than gripping or pressing on the front. Lift the canvas using both hands, supporting it evenly from the sides or corners. Avoid lifting by the frame, as this can cause damage. If transporting the artwork, consider using protective coverings such as bubble wrap or cardboard to shield it from bumps and scratches.
    Assembly Required: No
  • Cleaning & Care
    Before handling the artwork, wash your hands thoroughly to remove any dirt, oil or other contaminants. When not on display, store the artwork in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight, humidity and extreme temperatures.
    When hanging the artwork, use appropriate hanging hardware and ensure it’s securely attached to the wall. Use a level to ensure it hangs straight. Avoid hanging the artwork near sources of heat, moisture or smoke, as these can damage the canvas over time.
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James Higgins


James Kendall Higgins

James Kendall Higgins explores the psychological impact of surface and abstraction rooted in mid-20th century abstract painting. Higgins’ work comments on the relationship between looking and seeing, using materials like silver emulsion to build up surfaces and pigments that deliberately obscure the viewer’s reflection. His practice seeks to bridge gallery spaces with domestic interiors, creating thought-provoking pieces that engage the environment where they reside.

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