Spanning a number of mediums, Brooklyn-based artist and designer Gustav Hamilton’s work options a mixture of acrylic on panel, glazed ceramic, and carved wooden. He attracts imagery for his dreamlike work from Midwestern landscapes, American artwork influences, and private objects from his childhood, making a distinction between illusions of depth and the concrete tangibility of ceramic. In these sparse, and typically bodily inconceivable scenes, Hamilton makes use of acquainted objects to floor the viewer. He describes the work as “an auto-fictitious diary the place actual life occasions merge with fictional narratives,” explaining: “On this area the place I’ve whole authorship, beloved household heirlooms and residential city monuments, such because the world’s largest tiger muskie, have simply as a lot relevance as imagined encounters and fabricated landscapes.”
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