24" x 23" x 13”, eucalyptus and pine wood, acrylic, colored pencil
Tynan Kerr is an artist based in Los Angeles, CA interested in subconscious influences on perception and modes of energetic transmission and transformation. His work draws on images and information gleaned through records of dreams, speculation, observation, and memory. Labyrinths, loops of repetitive pattern, wobbling landscapes and figures associated with personal and archetypal meaning are represented through multi-media paintings as well as assemblies of carved wood and ceramics with occasional kinetic elements. Materials like beeswax, tree resins, egg yolk, dyes and pigments combine in indirect processes leaving space for chance and a nonlinear progression of associative meaning within and between the works.