Sarah McKenzie studied art at Yale and the University of Michigan, and now lives in Colorado, where she paints detailed images of suburbia. These paintings are from her exhibit at the Jen Bekman Gallery in NYC entitled Building Code.
I’ve featured many painters here before, but the detached coolness of McKenzie’s work reminds me especially of the photorealism of Brendan Nieland.
I’m glad you like them, Ben. I especially appreciate when the geometry becomes almost abstract, but then you’re reminded that you’re actually looking at a realistic rendering of geometric parts.
I like them and agree with VL that I think I like the ones most that lean to abstract. For instance “Lift” may be my least favorite just beacuse it is the most realistic . . in my opinion.
aw man these are cool! “Roofline” is incredible. No, on second thought, I’ll take one of each please.
Great! Matt, you take “Roofline,” I’ll take “Interior 5,” and that leaves Dan with a few options for himself.
There are no other words to explain this work.
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