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Artist: Tricia Butski
Nebulous
By Tricia Butski
Located in Buffalo, NY
Through drawings rendered in charcoal and ink, my recent work examines issues related to memory by exploring its limitations and aestheticizing the instability inherent in portraitur...
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2010s Photorealist Tricia Butski Art

Materials

Charcoal, Paper

Suppose
By Tricia Butski
Located in Buffalo, NY
This large scale charcoal on paper is from the artist's series "These fragile truths". This body of work explores the limitations and aesthetics of human memory through portraitu...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Tricia Butski Art

Materials

Archival Paper, Charcoal

Eclipse
By Tricia Butski
Located in Buffalo, NY
hrough drawings rendered in charcoal and ink, my recent work examines issues related to memory by exploring its limitations and aestheticizing the instability inherent in portraiture...
Category

2010s Photorealist Tricia Butski Art

Materials

Charcoal, Paper

Specious
By Tricia Butski
Located in Buffalo, NY
This large scale charcoal on paper is from the artist's series "These fragile truths". This body of work explores the limitations and aesthetics of human memory through portraiture...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Tricia Butski Art

Materials

Archival Paper, Charcoal

Spurious
By Tricia Butski
Located in Buffalo, NY
This large scale charcoal on paper is from the artist's series "These fragile truths". This body of work explores the limitations and aesthetics of human memory through portraiture...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Tricia Butski Art

Materials

Charcoal, Archival Paper

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