Tenderness

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Tenderness

Shray

“Tenderness” displays the gentle nature of familial love. As a father embraces his spouse who is holding a young child, you are invited to feel the warm and safe comfort they have found in their family. The drip style seen in this painting in combination with defined brush strokes give texture to the sails and sea setting that situate the figures into a given space. The yellows and blues allude to the dramatic lighting that you can feel invoking and enhancing emotion.
Acrylic on canvas, 2020

34 x 21 in. (86.4 x 53.3 cm.)

$6,000

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About Shray

Bronze sculptor, Shray, is one of the few working artists today who employs the subtractionist technique, where the artist finds the form in the clay as opposed to adding clay to an armature. Much like the technique of carving, Shray works with lines and shadows of the block, thoughtfully eliminating material from the block as she sculpts. Her simplicity of form has been compared to that of Henry Moore, Rodin and Brancusi. “I see the emotion in the form, the hard lines, the curves, and allow them to carry the human condition through and around the negative and positive spaces. I am concerned with the fine line between the individual and humanity and how to achieve this without succumbing to […]

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