Painting > Juggling Rocks 2019-2022

Juggling Rocks -Blue Monolith #39
Oil paint and wood dowels on shaped canvas
13 X 43 inches
2021
Juggling Rocks, Green Monolith #35
Oil paint and wooden dowel on shaped canvas
25 X 40.5 inches
2022
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.Rocks juggling beach s
Acrylic, oil paint and wood dowels on shaped canvas
31.5 X 34 inches
2020
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.Rocks juggling beach s
Acrylic, oil paint and wood dowels on shaped canvas
22 X 38 inches
2020
JugglingRocks, Monolith #37
Oil Paint, acrylic paint and wood dowels on shaped canvas
2022
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.Rocks juggling beach s
Acrylic paint and wood dowels on shaped canvas
34 X 24 inches
2019
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.Rocks juggling beach s
Acrylic and wood dowels on shaped canvas
38 X 23.5 inches
2020
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.Rocks juggling beach s
Acrylic and wood dowels on shaped canvas
23 X 30 inches
2020
goemetricabstract 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 and wood dowels on shaped canvas
22.5 X 24 inches
2020
Strength & Vulnerability #2
Acrylic and wood dowels on shaped canvas
2022
Strength & Vulnerability #3
Acrylic and wood dowels on shaped canvas
2022
Just hanging Out, Juggling Rocks Offspring
Acrylic, oil paint, and wood dowels on shaped canvas
9 x 21 inches
2022
geometric abstract, 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 and wood dowels on shaped canvas
13.25 X 14.5 inches
2020
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 and wood dowels on shaped canvas
13.25 X 14.5 inches
2020
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 and wood dowels on shaped canvas
13.5 X 15 inches
2021
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 and wood dowels on shaped canvas
13.5 X 15 inches
2020
In Transition
Oil paint and wood dowels on shaped canvas
10.25 X 13.5 inches
2021
shapes juggling rocks beach space flat volume RED
Acrylic on shaped canvas
37.5 X 16 inches
2021
shape color juggling rocks beach flat volume
Acrylic on shaped canvas
35.5 X16 inches
2021
Rocks juggling beach shape color balance sculpture painting flat space
Acrylic paint on shaped canvas
38 X 17 inches
2019


This is a small selection of the over 35 Juggling Rocks. I play up contradictions of organic volumes versus geometric shapes. The shapes are canvas under wooden dowels, or simply canvas pieces, that mount flat on the wall. There are no boundaries. The space surrounding the pieces is no less important than the pieces themselves. Pieces float in space.

Also included in this portfolio is artwork that evolved as I searched for structures to challenge my volumetric "rocks".