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Ginny Fox Art

Artist Statement: My paintings are a merging of textures and colors referencing both organic and fabricated materials. I am inspired equally by patterns in nature, as well as those in textiles, architecture, and a myriad of manufactured elements. After many years living in the Bronx, I recently moved back to the Upper West Side of Manhattan, where the confluence of the Hudson River, its rocky environs, and multiple architectural structures has become a renewed source of inspiration. My studio in Yonkers, N.Y. is in a turn of the century carpet mill overlooking hills and industrial complexes, another locale containing the merging of elements so integral to my work. Layers of time evident in random markings on stone; light raked across water and sky; the open weave of moss covered earth -- all inform the work, resulting in a cohesive entity. By layering and removing paint with rags instead of brushes, my hand is directly involved with the process. Many of the paintings are comprised of multiple panels, allowing for a subtle narrative of a nuanced and evolving universe.
(Biography provided by Carrie Haddad Gallery)
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Artist: Ginny Fox
C23-6 (Abstract Geometric Color Field Multi Panel Painting in Charcoal Grey)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
C23-6, 2023 Geometric Abstract Color Field Panel Painting by Ginny Fox in Charcoal Gray Painting is on three panels (2) 24 x 18 inches, (1) 24 x 12 inches Can be oriented horizonta...
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2010s Contemporary Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

C22-0 (Geometric Abstract Color Field Multi Panel Painting in Shades of Green)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
C22-9 (Abstract Geometric Color Field Multi panel painting in shades of green) by Ginny Fox Painting is on three panels measuring 36 x 12 x 2 inc...
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2010s Contemporary Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting in Light Brown, Beige, Gray (C20-3)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Nature-Inspired Minimalist Abstract Color Field painting on three wood panels in shades of light brown, beige, and gray Acrylic on 3 panels Each panel is 8 x 24 x 2 inches Panels can be oriented or stacked horizontally or vertically, recommended spacing between panels is 1-2 inches Overall measurement for vertical install with 1 inch spacing: 28 x 24 x 2 inches We are amazed by this artist's ability to achieve multiple flawless layers of acrylic paint, wiping it on and off with cotton cloth, to create a subtle yet distinctive woven texture on a smooth surface. The artist's work is inspired by patterns found in nature such as tree rings, rock lines, ethereal horizons, or water ripples. It appears as though a light source is originating behind the panel, glowing softly in a pale, dreamy green palette. This unique surface spreads all the way to the very edge of each panel. The 2 inch deep sides are cleanly painted white for a seamless finish. These panels hang flush to the wall by resting on two nails on either side of the panel, and can be arranged in any number of ways, highlighting the work's sculptural element. Artist's Statement: My paintings merge the detailed textures and colors found in the natural world with the linear and geometric patterns visible in industrial and architectural structures. The interplay of these elements drives the work and provides a platform for constant change and narrative. By simultaneously layering and removing paint with rags instead of brushes, my hand is directly involved with the process. Each piece contains multiple panels that evoke a nuanced and evolving universe. Ginny Fox builds up each non-representational piece with overlapping streaks of paint that frequently span two or three panels. Working with rags instead of brushes, Fox’s hand moves along parallel paths, emergent colors cascading gently towards the edges of the composition's plane. There’s something vaporous to the outer layers of the work, the interwoven strands of color offering glimpses at the painting’s earthy base and hinting at the artist’s gradual process. Having received her education from New York University in the 1970s, Fox has since exhibited throughout the United States, especially in New York City and the northeastern U.S. RESUME Solo Exhibits 2019 Winterscape Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2017 Perpetual Earth Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2015 Intimate Universe Soho20 Chelsea New York...
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Blue Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting on Panels (C22-8)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Nature-Inspired Minimalist Abstract Color Field painting on three wood panels in shades of vibrant blue. Acrylic on 3 panels, Each panel is 24 x 18 x 2 inches Panels can be oriented or stacked horizontally or vertically, recommended spacing between panels is 1-2 inches Overall measurement for horizontal install with 1 inch spacing: 24 x 56 x 2 inches We are amazed by this artist's ability to achieve multiple flawless layers of acrylic paint, wiping it on and off with cotton cloth, to create a subtle yet distinctive woven texture on a smooth surface. The artist's work is inspired by patterns found in nature such as tree rings, rock lines, ethereal horizons, or water ripples. It appears as though a light source is originating behind the panel, glowing softly in a vibrant blue palette. This unique surface spreads all the way to the very edge of each panel. The 2 inch deep sides are cleanly painted white for a seamless finish. These panels hang flush to the wall by resting on two nails on either side of the panel, and can be arranged in any number of ways, highlighting the work's sculptural element. Artist's Statement: My paintings merge the detailed textures and colors found in the natural world with the linear and geometric patterns visible in industrial and architectural structures. The interplay of these elements drives the work and provides a platform for constant change and narrative. By simultaneously layering and removing paint with rags instead of brushes, my hand is directly involved with the process. Each piece contains multiple panels that evoke a nuanced and evolving universe. Ginny Fox builds up each non-representational piece with overlapping streaks of paint that frequently span two or three panels. Working with rags instead of brushes, Fox’s hand moves along parallel paths, emergent colors cascading gently towards the edges of the composition's plane. There’s something vaporous to the outer layers of the work, the interwoven strands of color offering glimpses at the painting’s earthy base and hinting at the artist’s gradual process. Having received her education from New York University in the 1970s, Fox has since exhibited throughout the United States, especially in New York City and the northeastern U.S. RESUME Solo Exhibits 2019 Winterscape Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2017 Perpetual Earth Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2015 Intimate Universe Soho20 Chelsea New York...
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2010s Minimalist Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting in Blues and Greys (C22-1)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Nature-Inspired Minimalist Abstract Color Field painting on three wood panels in shades of cool blues and greys. Acrylic on 3 panels, Each panel is 8 x 24 x 2 inches Panels can be oriented or stacked horizontally or vertically, recommended spacing between panels is 1-2 inches Overall measurement for vertical install with 1 inch spacing: 28 x 24 x 2 inches We are amazed by this artist's ability to achieve multiple flawless layers of acrylic paint, wiping it on and off with cotton cloth, to create a subtle yet distinctive woven texture on a smooth surface. The artist's work is inspired by patterns found in nature such as tree rings, rock lines, ethereal horizons, or water ripples. It appears as though a light source is originating behind the panel, glowing softly in a pale, dreamy green palette. This unique surface spreads all the way to the very edge of each panel. The 2 inch deep sides are cleanly painted white for a seamless finish. These panels hang flush to the wall by resting on two nails on either side of the panel, and can be arranged in any number of ways, highlighting the work's sculptural element. Artist's Statement: My paintings merge the detailed textures and colors found in the natural world with the linear and geometric patterns visible in industrial and architectural structures. The interplay of these elements drives the work and provides a platform for constant change and narrative. By simultaneously layering and removing paint with rags instead of brushes, my hand is directly involved with the process. Each piece contains multiple panels that evoke a nuanced and evolving universe. Ginny Fox builds up each non-representational piece with overlapping streaks of paint that frequently span two or three panels. Working with rags instead of brushes, Fox’s hand moves along parallel paths, emergent colors cascading gently towards the edges of the composition's plane. There’s something vaporous to the outer layers of the work, the interwoven strands of color offering glimpses at the painting’s earthy base and hinting at the artist’s gradual process. Having received her education from New York University in the 1970s, Fox has since exhibited throughout the United States, especially in New York City and the northeastern U.S. RESUME Solo Exhibits 2019 Winterscape Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2017 Perpetual Earth Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2015 Intimate Universe Soho20 Chelsea New York...
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2010s Minimalist Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting in Pastel Green, Whites and Blue(C13-3)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Nature-Inspired Minimalist Abstract Color Field painting on three wood panels in shades of Light Green and Blues Acrylic on 3 panels (2 panels are 24 x 18 x 2 inches each, center panel is 24 x 6 x 2 inches) Overall measurement for horizontal install with 1-2 inch recommended spacing, 24" X 43" X 2" inches horizontally Artist Ginny Fox achieves multiple flawless layers of acrylic paint, wiping it on and off with cotton cloth, to create a subtle yet distinctive woven texture on a smooth surface. The artist's work is inspired by patterns found in nature such as tree rings, rock lines, ethereal horizons, or water ripples. It appears as though a light source is originating behind the panel, glowing softly in a pale, dreamy green palette. This unique surface spreads all the way to the very edge of each panel with its delicate, cross hatched motif. The 2 inch deep sides are cleanly painted white for a seamless finish. These panels hang flush to the wall by resting on two nails on either side of the panel, and can be arranged in any number of ways, highlighting the work's sculptural element. Artist's Statement: My paintings merge the detailed textures and colors found in the natural world with the linear and geometric patterns visible in industrial and architectural structures. The interplay of these elements drives the work and provides a platform for constant change and narrative. By simultaneously layering and removing paint with rags instead of brushes, my hand is directly involved with the process. Each piece contains multiple panels that evoke a nuanced and evolving universe. Ginny Fox builds up each non-representational piece with overlapping streaks of paint that frequently span two or three panels. Working with rags instead of brushes, Fox’s hand moves along parallel paths, emergent colors cascading gently towards the edges of the composition's plane. There’s something vaporous to the outer layers of the work, the interwoven strands of color offering glimpses at the painting’s earthy base and hinting at the artist’s gradual process. Having received her education from New York University in the 1970s, Fox has since exhibited throughout the United States, especially in New York City and the northeastern U.S. RESUME Solo Exhibits 2019 Winterscape Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2017 Perpetual Earth Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2015 Intimate Universe Soho20 Chelsea New York...
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2010s Minimalist Ginny Fox Art

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Acrylic, Panel

Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting in Emerald Green on 2 Panels (C14-10)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Nature-Inspired Minimalist Abstract Color Field painting on three wood panels in shades of Emerald Green by Ginny Fox Acrylic on 2 panels Each panel is 30 x 40 x 2 inches Overall measurement for horizontal install with 2 inch recommended spacing, 30" X 82" X 2" *Panels may be oriented in various configurations Ginny Fox achieves a smooth and complex surface by applying multiple flawless layers of acrylic paint, wiping it on and off with cotton cloth, to create a subtle yet distinctive woven texture on a smooth surface. The artist's work is inspired by patterns found in nature such as tree rings, rock lines, ethereal horizons, or water ripples. It appears as though a light source is originating behind the panel, glowing softly in a pale, dreamy green palette. This unique surface spreads all the way to the very edge of each panel. The 2 inch deep sides are cleanly painted white for a seamless finish. These panels hang flush to the wall by resting on two nails on either side of the panel, and can be arranged in any number of ways, highlighting the work's sculptural element. Artist's Statement: My paintings merge the detailed textures and colors found in the natural world with the linear and geometric patterns visible in industrial and architectural structures. The interplay of these elements drives the work and provides a platform for constant change and narrative. By simultaneously layering and removing paint with rags instead of brushes, my hand is directly involved with the process. Each piece contains multiple panels that evoke a nuanced and evolving universe. Ginny Fox builds up each non-representational piece with overlapping streaks of paint that frequently span two or three panels. Working with rags instead of brushes, Fox’s hand moves along parallel paths, emergent colors cascading gently towards the edges of the composition's plane. There’s something vaporous to the outer layers of the work, the interwoven strands of color offering glimpses at the painting’s earthy base and hinting at the artist’s gradual process. Having received her education from New York University in the 1970s, Fox has since exhibited throughout the United States, especially in New York City and the northeastern U.S. RESUME Solo Exhibits 2019 Winterscape Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2017 Perpetual Earth Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2015 Intimate Universe Soho20 Chelsea New York...
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2010s Minimalist Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting in Lime Green and Yellows(C20-7)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Nature-Inspired Minimalist Abstract Color Field painting on three wood panels in shades of Lime Green and yellows Acrylic on 3 panels Each panel is 24 x 24 x 2 inches can be oriented vertically or horizontally Overall measurement for horizontal install with 1-2 inch recommended spacing, 24 x 76 x 2 inches horizontally We are amazed by Ginny Fox's ability to achieve multiple flawless layers of acrylic paint, wiping it on and off with cotton cloth, to create a subtle yet distinctive woven texture on a smooth surface. The artist's work is inspired by patterns found in nature such as tree rings, rock lines, ethereal horizons, or water ripples. It appears as though a light source is originating behind the panel, glowing softly in a pale, dreamy green palette. This unique surface spreads all the way to the very edge of each panel. The 2 inch deep sides are cleanly painted white for a seamless finish. These panels hang flush to the wall by resting on two nails on either side of the panel, and can be arranged in any number of ways, highlighting the work's sculptural element. Artist's Statement: My paintings merge the detailed textures and colors found in the natural world with the linear and geometric patterns visible in industrial and architectural structures. The interplay of these elements drives the work and provides a platform for constant change and narrative. By simultaneously layering and removing paint with rags instead of brushes, my hand is directly involved with the process. Each piece contains multiple panels that evoke a nuanced and evolving universe. Ginny Fox builds up each non-representational piece with overlapping streaks of paint that frequently span two or three panels. Working with rags instead of brushes, Fox’s hand moves along parallel paths, emergent colors cascading gently towards the edges of the composition's plane. There’s something vaporous to the outer layers of the work, the interwoven strands of color offering glimpses at the painting’s earthy base and hinting at the artist’s gradual process. Having received her education from New York University in the 1970s, Fox has since exhibited throughout the United States, especially in New York City and the northeastern U.S. RESUME Solo Exhibits 2019 Winterscape Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2017 Perpetual Earth Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2015 Intimate Universe Soho20 Chelsea New York...
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2010s Minimalist Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Panel, Acrylic

Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting in Light Brown & Beige (C19-2)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Nature-Inspired Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting on three panels in light brown and beige Acrylic on 3 wood panels Each panel is 24 x 18 x 2 inches Suggested installation is ...
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2010s Minimalist Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting in Emerald Green and Black (C21-4)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Nature-Inspired Minimalist Abstract Color Field painting on three wood panels in shades of green, gray, and black Acrylic on three panels, Each panel measures 20 x 16 x 2 inches The panels can be oriented horizontally or vertically Signed on verso We are amazed by this artist's ability to achieve multiple flawless layers of acrylic paint, wiping it on and off with cotton cloth, to create a subtle yet distinctive woven texture on a smooth surface. The artist's work is inspired by patterns found in nature such as tree rings, rock lines, ethereal horizons, or water ripples. It appears as though a light source is originating behind the panel, glowing softly in a vibrant green palette. This unique surface spreads all the way to the very edge of each panel. The 2 inch deep sides are cleanly painted white for a seamless finish. These panels hang flush to the wall by resting on two nails on either side of the panel, and can be arranged in any number of ways, highlighting the work's sculptural element. Artist's Statement: My paintings merge the detailed textures and colors found in the natural world with the linear and geometric patterns visible in industrial and architectural structures. The interplay of these elements drives the work and provides a platform for constant change and narrative. By simultaneously layering and removing paint with rags instead of brushes, my hand is directly involved with the process. Each piece contains multiple panels that evoke a nuanced and evolving universe. Ginny Fox builds up each non-representational piece with overlapping streaks of paint that frequently span two or three panels. Working with rags instead of brushes, Fox’s hand moves along parallel paths, emergent colors cascading gently towards the edges of the composition's plane. There’s something vaporous to the outer layers of the work, the interwoven strands of color offering glimpses at the painting’s earthy base and hinting at the artist’s gradual process. Having received her education from New York University in the 1970s, Fox has since exhibited throughout the United States, especially in New York City and the northeastern U.S. RESUME Solo Exhibits 2019 Winterscape Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2017 Perpetual Earth Soho20 Bushwick, New York 2015 Intimate Universe Soho20 Chelsea New York...
Category

2010s Minimalist Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

Minimalist Color Field Painting in Shades of Blue (C 2-17)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Acrylic on 3 wood panels Each panel is 36 x 18 x 1 inches Suggested installation is 1-2 inches between panels, which can be oriented in any direction Overall dimensions: 36 x 56 x 1...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Wood Panel

Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting in Light Blue, White & Grey (C20-9)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Nature-Inspired Minimalist Abstract Color Field painting on two wood panels in shades of light, icy blue, white and grey Acrylic on two wood panel, Each panel is 18 x 24 x 1.5 inche...
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2010s Minimalist Ginny Fox Art

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Acrylic, Panel

C18-13 [A, B, C] (Abstract Rectangular Triptych in Striated Black and Blue)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
C18-13 (ABC), 2018 16" x 20" x 1" each acrylic on three panels 16" x 64" x 1" (hung horizontal) 48" x 20 x 1 (hung vertical) Abstract triptych made of three horizontal, rectangula...
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2010s Contemporary Ginny Fox Art

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Minimalist Color Field Painting in Olive Grreen (C16-15)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Acrylic on wood panel 12 x 36 x 2 inches This minimalist, non-objective painting is the work of Ginny Fox, whose process is based on overlapping streaks of paint. Working with rags ...
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2010s Contemporary Ginny Fox Art

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Acrylic, Wood Panel

Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting in Light Blue & White (C19-3)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Nature-Inspired Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting on 2 Panels in light blue and white with details of earthy brown Acrylic on 2 wood panels Each panel is 36 x 24 x 2 inches Su...
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2010s Minimalist Ginny Fox Art

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Acrylic, Panel

C 13-5
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
5" X 30" X 1", six panels, each panel is 5 x 5 x 1 inches each acrylic on panel monochromatic painting, multi-panel abstract painting, grid, small panel painting, green and blue ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

Minimalist Color Field Painting in Mulberry (C16-3)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Acrylic on 3 wood panels Each panel measures 8 x 24 x 2 inches Suggested installation is 1-2 inches between panels, which can be oriented in any direction Overall measurement for pic...
Category

2010s Contemporary Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Wood Panel

Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting in Light Sage Green (C18-8)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Nature-Inspired Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting on 3 Panels in Sage Green Acrylic on 3 wood panels Each panel is 20 x 16 x 2 inches Suggested installation is 1-2 inches bet...
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2010s Minimalist Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

Minimalist Color Field Painting in Olive (C16-11)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Acrylic on wood panel 15 x 16.5 x 1.5 inches This minimalist, non-objective painting is the work of Ginny Fox, whose process is based on overlapping streaks of paint. Working with r...
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2010s Contemporary Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

Minimalist Color Field Painting in Crimson (C16-16)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Acrylic on wood panel Each panel measures 24 x 24 x 1.5 inches This minimalist, non-objective painting is the work of Ginny Fox, whose process is based on overlapping streaks of pai...
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2010s Contemporary Ginny Fox Art

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C15-1 (Minimalist Emerald Wall Sculpture on Two Panels)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
acrylic on panel Acrylic on 2 wood panels. 30 x 40 each. Horizontal or Vertical installation possible. Luminous green cross hatched painting on wood panel. This piece has a sculpt...
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2010s Contemporary Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Wood Panel

Minimalist Color Field Painting in Dark and Lime Green (C16-2)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Acrylic on 3 wood panels Each panel measures 6 x 24 x 2 inches Suggested installation is 1-2 inches between panels, which can be oriented in any direction Overall measurement for pic...
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2010s Contemporary Ginny Fox Art

Materials

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Minimalist Color Field Painting in Sienna (C 16-7)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Acrylic on wood panel 30 x 40 x 2 inches This minimalist, non-objective painting is the work of Ginny Fox, whose process is based on overlapping streaks of paint. Working with rags ...
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Acrylic, Panel

Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting in Beige, Grey, & Light Blue (C18-9)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Nature-Inspired Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting on 2 Panels in earthy tones of beige, grey, light brown and light blue Acrylic on 2 wood panels Each panel is 12 x 36 x 2 inc...
Category

2010s Minimalist Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting in Midnight Blue & Payne's Grey (C19-1)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Nature-Inspired Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting on 3 Panels in midnight blue and payne's grey Acrylic on 3 wood panels Each panel is 20 x 16 x 2 inches Suggested installatio...
Category

2010s Minimalist Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

Nature-Inspired Minimalist Color Block Triptych Painting in Brown (C19-5)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Nature-Inspired Minimalist Color Block Painting in Brown (C19-5) by Ginny Fox Acrylic on 3 wood panels Each panel is 12 x 9 x 2 inches each Suggested installation is 1-2 inches betwe...
Category

2010s Contemporary Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

Nature-Inspired Minimalist Color Block Painting in Shades of Gray (C19-4)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Nature-Inspired Minimalist Color Field Painting on 3 Panels in Shades of Blue and Gray (C19-4) by Ginny Fox Acrylic on 3 wood panels Each panel is 24 x 12 x 2 inches each Suggested i...
Category

2010s Contemporary Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

Minimalist Color Field Painting in Forest Green (C4-40)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Acrylic on 3 wood panels Overall dimensions: 30 x 72 x 2 inches Suggested installation is 1-2 inches between each panel and panels can be oriented in any direction We are amazed b...
Category

2010s Contemporary Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel, Wood Panel

Minimalist Color Field Painting in Olive (C16-11)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Acrylic on wood panel 15 x 16.5 x 1.5 inches This minimalist, non-objective painting is the work of Ginny Fox, whose process is based on overlapping streaks of paint. Working with r...
Category

2010s Contemporary Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting in Dark Blue (C 16-1)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Abstract minimalist color field painting in dark blue on three panels Acrylic on clay board panels Each panel measures 16 x 16 x 2 inches The painting can be installed horizontally o...
Category

2010s Abstract Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Wood Panel

Minimalist Color Field Painting in Chocolate (C3-36)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Acrylic on 4 wood panels Each panel measures 6 x 24 x 2 inches each. Suggested installation is 1-2 inches between each panel and panels can be oriented in any direction Overall m...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Abstract Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

Minimalist Abstract Color Field Diptych Painting in Red and Orange (C15-3)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Minimalist abstract diptych painting in bright red Acrylic on 2 panels, Each panel measures 24 x 24 x 2 inches Suggested installation is 1-2 inches between each panel and panels can ...
Category

2010s Contemporary Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic

Minimalist Abstract Color Field Painting in Yellow Ochre (C13-10)
By Ginny Fox
Located in Hudson, NY
Acrylic on 3 wood panels Two outer panels measure 24 x 18 x 2 inches each Center panel measures 24 x 6 inches Suggested installation is 1-2 inches between each panel and panels can b...
Category

2010s Contemporary Ginny Fox Art

Materials

Acrylic, Panel

Ginny Fox art for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Ginny Fox art available for sale on 1stDibs. If you’re browsing the collection of art to introduce a pop of color in a neutral corner of your living room or bedroom, you can find work that includes elements of green, blue and other colors. You can also browse by medium to find art by Ginny Fox in acrylic paint, paint, panel and more. Much of the original work by this artist or collective was created during the 21st century and contemporary and is mostly associated with the minimalist style. Not every interior allows for large Ginny Fox art, so small editions measuring 5 inches across are available. Customers who are interested in this artist might also find the work of Ethan Meyer, David E. Peterson, and Bryan David Griffith. Ginny Fox art prices can differ depending upon medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $800 and tops out at $5,200, while the average work can sell for $3,200.

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