c|change is proud to announce a new acquisition. (No, not the guy on the right; that’s the artist, Ed Hinkley.)
That beautiful six-foot-by-six-foot wonder (the painting, not the artist) is called “The White Lake”.
It is just one part of a series Ed calls “Corporeal Landscapes” which integrates traditional landscapes and images from memory with glimpses of the human form. In this work, if you look closely, you will begin to make out faces throughout the snowy landscape.
Ed Hinkley is a native Chicagoan and over the last 30 years his work has been in numerous one-person, group, juried or invitational exhibitions in galleries and museums. “I’ve always approached my work as a kind of investigation driven by curiosity or concern,” he has said, “filtered through the haze of memory, historical event and the weight of cultural production.”
For us, it’ll be a daily inspiration for the work we do, navigating all kinds of landscapes.