Corks Taking On Color
David Mishkin leads us further forward in his fascination with corks with unclassifiable art. He amuses with an object of our daily lives, disturbs our visual reference points, juggles with colors, impetuously calls up other planets by his work with pigments on motifs which he draws from his monumental collages.
Every giclée print, created in editions of eight on satin finished paper, is signed and numbered by the artist.
“His eye unifies the diverse into coherent, structured, homogeneous art” (French Patrimony magazine). “Your work appears both fascinating and impeccably done. Congratulations!” (Robert M. Parker, Jr., The Wine Advocate). “His images modify our vantage points. They vibrate, yet are static. They take off, fantasies in an abstract form of optical art” (Wine Makers Review).
On the left: a giclée print 60 x 80 cm of disgorging corks transformed into vineous rounds.