Joshua Rosenblatt

Looking closely, observing details then looking again! I keep going back to this simple idea: the more that I observe, the more that I ‘get it’, and the more that I ‘get it’, the more interesting it is.

I work in thematic series because it pushes me to look longer at the same subject. Through these multiple versions of the same subject matter, I end up growing, and revising my view.

I produce work in thematic series, some examples are; hotel rooms (observing a mundane place intensely), a wall (observing a flat space over a period of time), people in public (observing details of relationship as people interact with each other).

Email: joshuarosenblattnyc@gmail.com


Website: joshuarosenblatt.com

LGA Gate #1
Charcoal on paper mounted on canvas, 63" x 64", 2018
LGA Gate #2
Charcoal chalk on paper mounted on canvas, 36" x 72", 2018
LGA Gate #4
Charcoal chalk on paper mounted on canvas, 40" x 52", 2018
LGA Gate #5
Charcoal on paper mounted on canvas, 52" x 68", 2018
LGA Gate #7
Charcoal, watercolor on paper, 60" x 77", 2018
LGA Gate #8
Charcoal on paper mounted on canvas, 79" x 46", 2018
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