STILL LIFES

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DRAWINGS | Still Lifes

Charcoal is the simplest of all media, simply a piece of wood that has been burned in a vacuum and carbonized.  Charcoal drawing can be very close to painting when used in a tonal manner , and many of Faigin’s painting series have begun with a series of charcoal explorations (see Centered series). Making light out of darkness – now there’s a fascinating contradiction in terms. 

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SHELTER

SHELTER

PAINTINGS | Shelter Like the sanctuary provided by our bodies, the safe haven we feel in our homes can be subject...

SKETCH PAINTINGS

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TRAINS & TOWERSSKETCH PAINTINGS Every finished Faigin painting is preceded by studies, in sketchbooks and on large sheets of...

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PAINTINGS Imagination is central to the painterly vision of Gary Faigin.  His paintings combine elements depicted from observation with...

EVENING LECTURES

EVENING LECTURES

GAGE | Evening Lecture Series Faigin presents his “Drawing the Features of the Head” lecture series every Spring quarter. Carrying...

EDUCATOR

EDUCATOR

MEET the EDUCATOR Faigin teaching the first program at Gage, Summer 1990. Gary Faigin has a long and distinguished...

CONCENTRATED

CONCENTRATED

PAINTINGS | Concentrated In Faigin’s Concentrated series, lined-up, objects seem to extend further outwards as they go back in space,...