Math-you Namie Solo Art Exhibit

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Queen Elizabeth II
Spencer 28 X 34
Whitney Houston 32 X 35
Math-you Namie Solo Art Exhibit
Curated by: HANK HIVNOR

683 Grand St.
Brooklyn, New York 11211
July 12th, 2012 - July 31st, 2012
Opening: July 12th, 2012 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM

1 PM - 4 AM, M through F, 12 PM - 4 AM Saturday Sunday
mixed-media, graffiti/street-art, pop, figurative, modern


LP'n Harmony Art Space is thrilled to present a solo exhibit
of Math-you Namie's works opening July 12th and showing through the 31st.

Please join us for the opening reception on Thursday July 12th from 7-10 PM at LP'nHarmony 683 Grand St. in Williamsburg Brooklyn.

... Math-You Namie’s hand-painted portraits have been in demand in the art world for the past five years. His paintings resonate strongly with distinct collectors in diverse environments. Math-You’s work portrays a sense of movement, depth, and a sense of ease. His technique is primarily figurative with the use of high quality fabrics, acrylics and oils.

Inspired by street art and composed of recycled materials, Math-You Namie’s hand-painted portraits on fabric are in
high demand among pop art collectors.

Math-You’s work portrays a sense of movement and ease through its use of vintage textiles and hand-painting with acrylics. His technique is primarily figurative, employing negative space to graphically reproduce the subjects. The color palette utilizes a spectrum of tones that compliment one another for a vivid, sensuous effect.

Sources for Math-You’s unique portraits include mid-century advertisements, pop art in the vein of Andy Warhol and Shepard Fairey, contemporary street art and celebrity paparazzi shots. The wide range of influences demonstrates his grasp of pop culture and visual language.

Math-You’s work has sold at Sotheby’s twice within the past two years, and he has been featured in GLAAD’s Top 100 Artists Gala every year since 2005. Originally from Charleston, South Carolina, Math-You is a graduate of Hunter College and now resides in New York City.