Four Paintings by Trey Alexander Martin
Trey Alexander Martin: Stillness and Memory
Trey Alexander Martin is a fine artist from the suburbs of Chicago currently living within Chicago. He focuses on watercolor and other water soluble mediums.
These four selected paintings show the delicacy of common objects, which are subjected to the changes of time. Objects and their meanings become preserved in memory, as these canvases demonstrate. Trey Alexander Martin specifically turns his gaze upon small, joyous things like a toy plane, or a baseball mitt. These subjects connote activity and play, which are weighed against their stillness, framed in a melancholic light.
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