Matthew Feyld on Sunday-S

Matthew Feyld on Sunday-S

The foundation of Feyld’s work is the exchange between the physical, material, and more ambiguous aspects of the perception in painting. His recent paintings typically have upwards of 20-30 layers of paint and pigmented medium. Each layer is added and sometimes sanded, until the weave of the cotton canvas, or grain of the wood is no longer evident. Feyld is also interested in a paintings relationship to the space in which it is hung and to the viewer. Working with polyptychs as well as single panels, the paintings are sometimes hung above doorways, stacked, hung in succession or divided into the four corner’s of a wall where the exhibition space becomes an active part of the work.

Matthew Feyld (b. 1985; Saskatchewan, Canada) has been the subject of many solo and group exhibitions internationally. His work has been shown in Australia, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, England, France, Mexico, The United States, Scotland, and Sweden. The artist lives and works in Montreal, QC.

Matthew Feyld studio1 Matthew Feyld Untitled - 12x16 inches, acrylic and molding paste on canvas, 2016 Matthew Feyld untitled (two dots blue grey) acrylic, gel medium, pigmented molding paste on canvas, 2016 - 16x20 inches Matthew Feyld untitled 16 14x11 inches acrylic oil and wax on canvas 2015-2016

Matthew Feyld is born in 1985 in Saskatchewan, Canada,. He lives and works in Montreal, Quebec. 

Link to Artist Page

Link to Q&A with Matthew Feyld

Tags: ,

Comments Are Closed

WP-Backgrounds Lite by InoPlugs Web Design and Juwelier Schönmann 1010 Wien