Conglomerate Landscapes

Paintings by Jerrin Wagstaff

February 1 - 28, 2015

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      Little Spanish Eddie, 2014                                                     Signal Hill, 2013                            

                        Oil on Canvas on Panel, 12" x 12"                                           Oil on Canvas on Panel, 16" x 16"

                        $500 (+$250 shipping)                                                             $700 (+$300 shipping)



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             Saddest Night Out in the USA, 2013                                 Racks on Racks on Racks, 2013      

                               Oil on Canvas on Panel, 16" x 12"                                        Oil on Canvas on Panel, 16" x 16"

                               $600 (+$300 shipping)                                                          $600 (+$300 shipping)




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                           Id's Carpet Barn, 2014                                                    War Horse, 2014                            

                                          Oil on Canvas, 30" x 28"                                                   Oil on Canvas, 40" x 30"

                                          $1,800 (+$500 shipping)                                                   $2,500 (+$650 shipping)




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                             Transformer, 2012                                                                  Ignition Coil, 2013      

                                               Oil on Canvas on Panel, 16" x 20"                                            Oil on Canvas on Panel, 12" x 9"

                                               $800 (+$400 shipping)                                                              $400 (+$300 shipping)




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                             Yacht Rock, 2015                                                         Sustained Menace, 2015      

                                               Oil on Canvas, 24" x 24"                                               Oil on Canvas, 24" x 24"

                                               $1,200 (+$400 shipping)                                               $1,200 (+$400 shipping)





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                            The King of Ogden, 2015                                                         Guarding the King, 2015      

                                               Oil on Canvas, 16" x 20"                                                           Oil on Canvas, 30" x 20"

                                               $800 (+$400 shipping)                                                               $1,400 (+$450 shipping)




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Another Year in LA has become an online gallery and will still periodically hold exhibitions in a physical space.  “Conglomerate Landscapes – Paintings by Jerrin Wagstaff” will be his first solo exhibition at Another Year in LA and the first show at 4695 Marwood Drive, LA, 90065 (Sundays, 12pm – 4pm).

A transplant to Southern California, Salt Lake City native, Jerrin Wagstaff creates paintings that reflect his keen observations of the vast sprawl inherent in living and driving in Los Angeles.  About his experience in LA, Wagstaff says, “Like most residents, I spend an unhealthy amount of time commuting.  One of the few benefits of commuting is that it gives me an opportunity to explore the landscape.  I find Southern California incredibly engaging with it's beauty, scale, space, light, and contradictions.  The vast sprawl and patchwork of cities and neighborhoods is unique and impossibly complex.  As I navigate the landscape on a daily basis, I make drawings and take photographs that record my visual interaction with the region.” 


Although abstract in nature, Wagstaff’s complex oil paintings on canvas on panel evoke both exterior landscape and interior space while generating calm and frenetic energy simultaneously.


About his practice, Wagstaff writes: “I use painting as a vehicle to create conglomerate structures and alternate worlds where organic and man-made objects collide.  These worlds are an interpretation of the increasingly complicated interaction between man and nature.  They are also my attempt to communicate the frustration, amazement, and beauty of trying to take it all in.” 

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