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Lynn Maliszewski: What affects your visual experience??
Shane McAdams: The most inspiring stuff is the nerdy science-y stuff. As I paint more, though, I find myself wandering the new American Wing of the Met when I didn’t used to as much. I look at more John Singer Sargent, more Albert Bierstadt … Continue reading »
Lynn Maliszewski: The abstraction in your imagery integrates lots of circles and amoeba-like shapes. They consume the landscape, in my opinion, or exist without the mention of landscape at all. Are the particles aggressive? What is the macro/micro connection?… Continue reading »
Lynn Maliszewski: Let’s discuss the specifics of your work. Your more recent images have central landscapes flanked by abstraction. The landscapes themselves are either particularly famous, such as Disney World or K2, or more obscure. Where do these places come from? Are they connected to you personally?… Continue reading »
Lynn Maliszewski: You have an exhibition that just opened at Pentimenti Gallery in Philadelphia entitled Down and Out the Rabbit Hole. Have there been any particular turning points in your work in relation to this show?… Continue reading »