"Recombine" serigraph triptych, each print 15 x 22 2000. Edition of 8
$800 for triptych set
This triptych of images and symbols is a message from my mind to actualization for the viewer. Spirituality and phenomenon are two key ingredients in my work. Through the use of Adobe Illustrator, I found myself able to draw with the software. My study and creation of shapes and symbols here is fully brought into the fore, with design techniques and powerful imagery.
David SananmanHighland Park, New Jersey firstname.lastname@example.orgPaintings and Prints - www.fine-art.com/mausaDavid Sananman, born New York, United States 1976EducationBFA Visual Arts - Painting 2002Rutgers University New Brunswick New Jersey USAMy work is mediation between the spiritual and the metaphysical. Reality is not as concrete as we all would like to think, this is one of the issues I deal with in my art. The art I create is part of a visual vocabulary, a constantly evolving personal language. I hope that the realization and bringing to life of my work that is non-mimetic and breaks from the illusion of representation and literal convention. I try to bring forth the indecipherable images, in my mind, into our shared reality.David Sananman is a prolific abstract artist working in various media including painting, printmaking, drawing, multimedia, animation, sound and music. His work can be viewed at www.recombine.com and www.fine-art.com/mausa.ExhibitsArtist Open StudiosOctober 2007Im GalleryHighland Park NJSpace 234June October 2007Space 234Highland Park NJHighland Park CentennialApril 2005Johnson RetreatHighland Park NJRecent PrintsSept. 2004- Mar.2005 Through the Moongate Highland Park NJ7 Works on PaperMarch-May 2004CitispotNew Brunswick NJGroundswell Benefit May 2004 White ColumnsNew York City NYGroundswell Benefit April 2003 White ColumnsNew York City NYGroup Show March-April 2003Art Gallery Highland Park NJPerdurabo Art2003Perdurabo Art GalleryLondon UK/Int l.Clever Youth December 2002 Zimmerli MuseumNew Brunswick NJ MGSA Art Open October 2001Mason Gross Galleries New Brunswick NJ BFA Thesis Show April 2001 Mason Gross Galleries New Brunswick NJ MGSA Art Open October 2000 Mason Gross Galleries New BrunswickNJ