3.15.2016

TREVOR YOUNG

TREVOR YOUNG: INTRODUCTION TO THE PUMP, 48"x48", OIL ON CANVAS, 2013
 
TREVOR YOUNG: 3 SQUARES, 48"x48", OIL ON CANVAS, 2013
 
TREVOR YOUNG: GAS STATION #1, 96"x66", OIL ON CANVAS, 2013
 
TREVOR YOUNG: DRY SUCK, 40"x40", OIL ON CANVAS, 2013
 
TREVOR YOUNG: ATM 48"x48", OIL ON CANVAS, 2013
 
TREVOR YOUNG: PERMANENT SETTLEMENT, 52"x60", OIL ON CANVAS, 2013
 
TREVOR YOUNG: PEAK HOUR, 46"x50", OIL ON CANVAS, 2015
 
TREVOR YOUNG: ORIGINS, 54"x68", OIL ON CANVAS, 2013
 
TREVOR YOUNG: BLUEST VAPOR, 60"x60", OIL ON CANVAS, 2014
 
TREVOR YOUNG: PHARM AGE, 36"x40", OIL ON CANVAS, 2015
 
TREVOR YOUNG: CARESS, 46"x46", OIL ON CANVAS, 2012
 
Trevor Young is a quintessentially American painter. He makes no bones about his affection for the trappings of car culture, life on the road, and 60s West Coast art. His main subject is modernism’s footprint on the outposts of Americana—places typified by harsh artificial light and hard shadows on concrete.  [via]

Here is an old, but very interesting, interview of the artist.

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