Painting > Ara Pacis Series-Large Work 2010-2011





Yvette Cohen lives and works in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York, NY. She creates flat boldly colored shaped painting sculptures, paintings that look like sculptures, positioned to convey infinite air and unlimited possibilities.
Acrylic, oil paint and wood dowels on shaped canvas
2011
Yvette Cohen lives and works in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York, NY. She creates flat boldly colored shaped painting sculptures, paintings that look like sculptures, positioned to convey infinite air and unlimited possibilities. space sculpture depth
Oil paint wood dowels on shaped canvas
2011
Yvette Cohen lives and works in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York, NY. She creates flat boldly colored shaped painting sculptures, paintings that look like sculptures, positioned to convey infinite air and unlimited possibilities. flying, kite, wind, o
Oil paint and wood dowels on shaped canvas
2011
Yvette Cohen lives and works in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York, NY. She creates flat boldly colored shaped painting sculptures, paintings that look like sculptures, positioned to convey infinite air and unlimited possibilities. space sculpture depth
Oil paint and wood dowels on shaped canvas
45 X 67 inches each piece
2011
Yvette Cohen lives and works in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York, NY. She creates flat boldly colored shaped painting sculptures, paintings that look like sculptures, positioned to convey infinite air and unlimited possibilities. space sculpture depth
Oil paint and wood dowels on shaped canvas
45 X 67 inches each piece
2011
Yvette Cohen lives and works in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York, NY. She creates flat boldly colored shaped painting sculptures, paintings that look like sculptures, positioned to convey infinite air and unlimited possibilities. illusion painting col
Oil paint and wood dowels on shaped canvas
36 X 36 inches
2011
Yvette Cohen lives and works in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York, NY. She creates flat boldly colored shaped painting sculptures, paintings that look like sculptures, positioned to convey infinite air and unlimited possibilities. space sculpture depth
Oil paint and wood dowels on shaped canvas
36 X 36 inches each piece
2011
Yvette Cohen lives and works in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York, NY. She creates flat boldly colored shaped painting sculptures, paintings that look like sculptures, positioned to convey infinite air and unlimited possibilities. space sculpture depth
Oil paint and wood dowels on shaped canvas
36 X 36 inches each piece
2011
Yvette Cohen lives and works in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York, NY. She creates flat boldly colored shaped painting sculptures, paintings that look like sculptures, positioned to convey infinite air and unlimited possibilities. illusion painting col
Oil paint and wood dowels on shaped canvas
98 X 58 inches, 249 X 147 cm
Yvette Cohen lives and works in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York, NY. She creates flat boldly colored shaped painting sculptures, paintings that look like sculptures, positioned to convey infinite air and unlimited possibilities. installation air spac
Oil paint and wood dowels on shaped canvas
52.5 X 61 inches
2010
Yvette Cohen lives and works in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York, NY. She creates flat boldly colored shaped painting sculptures, paintings that look like sculptures, positioned to convey infinite air and unlimited possibilities. installation air spac
Oil paint and wood dowels on shaped canvas
52.5 X 61 inches
2010
Yvette Cohen lives and works in the Chelsea neighborhood of New York, NY. She creates flat boldly colored shaped painting sculptures, paintings that look like sculptures, positioned to convey infinite air and unlimited possibilities.illusion painting colo
Oil paint and wood dowels on shaped canvas
88 X 168 inches
2010

These large geometric masses of color span entire walls. On their own, they look sculptural and 3-dimensional but mount flat on the wall and sometimes even onto the floor. Underlying layers of color show through skins of multiple glazes.

They seem to defy gravity as they appear to exist in a boundless space. Many pieces in this group were created for a site-specific
installation spanning walls up to 37 feet long. See the Defying Gravity portfolio for images of the site-specific installation at Cassina's New York City SOHO location.