Thank you to Avalon Mott and Scout Magazine for featuring Tyler Keeton Robbin’s work Reappropriated Form in Put A Dot On It this week.
Put A Dot On It highlights a work of excellence by an emerging artist that is currently on view and available to purchase at a gallery or open studio in Vancouver. Columnist Avalon Mott, (curator, gallerist, photographer and associate director of FIELD Contemporary) says that “the point of the column is to make buying affordable art easier than navigating the shortest route possible to your local Ikea.” Put A Dot On It recently featured a work by one of our favourite and future resident artists, Ed Spence.
In Mott’s words: “Robbins attention to blending craft, street art, and contemporary aesthetics is clear throughout his exhibition Light The Past… The subtle details created by the texture of his self made paper is heightened by Robbins’ use of spray paint. Reappropriated Form is striking from a distance, and engaging up close.”
The work is 25” x 40”, acrylic spray and pen on paper, and is available for $600.00.
Keeton’s Exhibition Light the Past is on view until June 20, 2015.
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