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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SKETCH PAINTINGS

SKETCH PAINTINGS

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

PLEIN-AIR LANDSCAPES

PLEIN-AIR LANDSCAPES

PAINTINGS | Plein-Air Landscapes Though none of these small, on-location sketches appear in any of Faigin’s larger images, decades of working...

FIGURES + PORTRAITS

FIGURES + PORTRAITS

PAINTINGS | Figures + Portraits Like a musician practicing scales, every week, for over three decades, Faigin has painted figure...

CONCENTRATED

CONCENTRATED

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

AUTHOR

AUTHOR

MEET the AUTHOR | Facial Expression Book Faigin creates  “selfies” with animated expressions. In the early-80s, Gary Faigin set...

STILL LIFES – 1990 TO 2001

STILL LIFES – 1990 TO 2001

PAINTINGS: Still Lifes 1990 to 2001 Faigin spent a decade painting the images in this Still Life series, creating...