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Jessie Rawcliffe & Dr Suits - First Form/The Archetype 

Acrylic on Board layered with Aerosol on Glass, framed in a white box frame by Fiksate Framing 

540mm W x 995mm H

About the artwork: Acting as the inaugural piece of Rawcliffe and Dr. Suits’ collaboration, “First Form/Archetypes” champions the individual strengths of each of the artists. Bathed in a cool, indigo light, Rawcliffe’s model is layered with finite downward brushstrokes, evoking the appearance of thin rainfall. Gazing lethargically out towards the viewer, the subject’s form is partially concealed by Dr Suits’ shards of crisp white paint, emphasizing the covert nature of the image. 

About the Artist: Jessie Rawcliffe is a multidisciplinary artist and designer located in Christchurch, New Zealand. Employing frustrating care for pedantic detail paired with surreal omissions replaced with negative space, her growing body of work is a continual exploration into the roles of the subject and the viewer in figurative painting. Working as a designer and illustrator has allowed her to produce and collaborate on projects that exist in the public realm, however it is only recently she has had the opportunity for her art practice to do so also.

Nathan Ingram, or pseudonymously Dr Suits, is an Ōtautahi-based artist and designer with backgrounds in fashion and urban art. Ingram’s current work is grounded in the qualities of line, colour, surface and texture, juxtaposing the influence of the urban environment as a space of transient presence and constant physical flux with the calm repose of the studio. Varying in scale, and at times spanning framed surfaces, Ingram’s paintings grapple with the balance of order and chaos, a sense of poise often masking more energetic or physical exertions.
Ingram’s work has been exhibited in galleries and museums around Aotearoa and overseas, including the permanent collection of the Canterbury Museum. His public works span various cities and he has been included in festivals such as Taupo’s Graffiato (2021), Ōtautahi’s Spectrum (2015), and Flare (2022).

 

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Jessie Rawcliffe & Dr Suits - First Form/The Archetype 

Acrylic on Board layered with Aerosol on Glass, framed in a white box frame by Fiksate Framing 

540mm W x 995mm H

About the artwork: Acting as the inaugural piece of Rawcliffe and Dr. Suits’ collaboration, “First Form/Archetypes” champions the individual strengths of each of the artists. Bathed in a cool, indigo light, Rawcliffe’s model is layered with finite downward brushstrokes, evoking the appearance of thin rainfall. Gazing lethargically out towards the viewer, the subject’s form is partially concealed by Dr Suits’ shards of crisp white paint, emphasizing the covert nature of the image. 

About the Artist: Jessie Rawcliffe is a multidisciplinary artist and designer located in Christchurch, New Zealand. Employing frustrating care for pedantic detail paired with surreal omissions replaced with negative space, her growing body of work is a continual exploration into the roles of the subject and the viewer in figurative painting. Working as a designer and illustrator has allowed her to produce and collaborate on projects that exist in the public realm, however it is only recently she has had the opportunity for her art practice to do so also.

Nathan Ingram, or pseudonymously Dr Suits, is an Ōtautahi-based artist and designer with backgrounds in fashion and urban art. Ingram’s current work is grounded in the qualities of line, colour, surface and texture, juxtaposing the influence of the urban environment as a space of transient presence and constant physical flux with the calm repose of the studio. Varying in scale, and at times spanning framed surfaces, Ingram’s paintings grapple with the balance of order and chaos, a sense of poise often masking more energetic or physical exertions.
Ingram’s work has been exhibited in galleries and museums around Aotearoa and overseas, including the permanent collection of the Canterbury Museum. His public works span various cities and he has been included in festivals such as Taupo’s Graffiato (2021), Ōtautahi’s Spectrum (2015), and Flare (2022).

 

This artwork is sold.