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A Moment of Silence

Artist

Name: Marc Lincewicz
Statement: Many people think of abstraction as the complete elimination of representation. But simplifying elements, reducing complexity and drawing from imagination can be a form of abstraction as well. This drawing is somewhat dream-like being both based on a simple landscape and yet not attempting to be at all real either. The quality of the line, layer upon layer, builds up an atmosphere that is neither fog, mist nor clear. The lines create their own space. And that space, for me, is where my drawings live, inhabiting their own sense of place but still welcoming all viewers.

Description:

The Franklin County Convention Facilities Authority today owns the largest contemporary collection of local art in central Ohio. All of the pieces are on display in the Greater Columbus Convention Center, the Hilton Columbus Downtown and the three Convention Center parking garages. The collection is the result of a communitywide... Read more

The Franklin County Convention Facilities Authority today owns the largest contemporary collection of local art in central Ohio. All of the pieces are on display in the Greater Columbus Convention Center, the Hilton Columbus Downtown and the three Convention Center parking garages. The collection is the result of a communitywide call for art, overseen by a committee of community members and implemented by collection curators James and Michael Reese of Reese Brothers Productions. The artists represent the diversity of the Columbus community, cutting across age, gender and race.

Dates

Made: 2016
Installed: 2016

Additional Notes

Near Short North Ballroom

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400 N. High St.
Columbus, Ohio 43215
Franklin County
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Materials

Pen and ink

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