Tuesday, July 29, 2014

Post Dogmatist Painting #706



Post Dogmatist Painting #706 - 57.75 x 57.75 inches - paper and acrylic on board

Based on a composition by fellow collagiste M Artiste Visuel from his series 'This is not a Cecil Touchon Collage #2'
But this is a Cecil Touchon Painting!

Post Dogmatist Painting #704


Post Dogmatist Painting #704 - 44x48 inches - paper and acrylic on board 

Post Dogmatist Painting #703 and #705

Post Dogmatist Painting #703 - 2014 - 66 x 44 inches - antique dictionary pages and acrylic on board

Post Dogmatist Painting #705 - 2014 - 66 x 44 inches - antique dictionary pages and acrylic on board

Post Dogmatist Painting #700 and #701 from the Paris Papers Compositions

 Post Dogmatist Painting #700 - 2014 - 66 x 44 inches - antique dictionary pages and acrylic on board

Post Dogmatist Painting #700 - 2014 - 66 x 44 inches - antique dictionary pages and acrylic on board

Both of these paintings are based on compositions from collages made in Paris, France during October of 2013. The original collage studies were 6x4 inches. see the Paris Papers here: http://parispapers.blogspot.com/

Post Dogmatist Painting #699 and #702

 Post Dogmatist Painting #699 - 2014 - 54 x 44 inches - antique dictionary pages and acrylic on board

 Post Dogmatist Painting #699 - 2014 - 54 x 44 inches - antique dictionary pages and acrylic on board

Post Dogmatist Paintings #697 and #698

 Post Dogmatist Painting #697 - 2014 - 66x44 inches - paper and acrylic on board


Post Dogmatist Painting #697 - 2014 - 66x44 inches - paper and acrylic on board

Thursday, April 24, 2014

Five New Collages

 Fusion Series #3485 - collage mounted on watercolor paper - image 18x12 inches

  Fusion Series #3489 - collage mounted on watercolor paper - image 18x12 inches

  Fusion Series #3490 - collage mounted on watercolor paper - image 18x12 inches

   Fusion Series #3491 - collage mounted on watercolor paper - image 18x12 inches

  Fusion Series #3492 - collage mounted on watercolor paper - image 18x12 inches

Cecil Touchon 2013 Catalog of Works Now Available

The 2013 catalog is now available. 252 pages covering artistic production chronologically from January through December including all of the collages made in Paris in October.

ISBN 9781312123786
Edition - First Edition
Publisher -Ontological Museum Publications
Published -April 22, 2014
Language -English
Pages - 253
Binding - Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink - Full color
Weight -2.19 lbs.
Dimensions (inches) -8.5 wide x 11 tall 
 
available here
 

Tuesday, April 1, 2014

A Painting on Panel

 Post Dogmatist Painting #675 - acrylic and paper on panel

Four Collages on Panel

 Post Dogmatist Painting #669 - collage on panel - 30x48 inches

 Post Dogmatist Painting #678 - collage on panel - 30x48 inches

  Post Dogmatist Painting #679 - collage on panel - 30x48 inches

 Post Dogmatist Painting #680 - collage on panel - 30x48 inches

Two Collages made from a GAP Store Bag

 Fusion Series #3477 - collage on paper

 Fusion Series #3478 - collage on paper

Four Collages

  Fusion Series #3473 - collage on paper

 Fusion Series #3474 - collage on paper

 Fusion Series #3475 - collage on paper

Fusion Series #3476 - collage on paper

Three Collages

 Fusion Series #3468 - collage on paper

  Fusion Series #3469 - collage on paper

 Fusion Series #3470 - collage on paper

New Collages

 Fusion Series #3466 - collage on paper

 Fusion Series #3467 - collage on paper

Villa de Luxe Show House - Houston, Texas - February 2013


In February 2013, a historic Houston estate in one of the city’s most exclusive neighborhoods was transformed into a stunning designer showhouse for the benefit of Preservation Houston. The house and grounds, reimagined by some of the city’s leading interior designers and architects, was open to the public the first three weekends in February.A different designer was responsible for each of the 20 rooms in the Venetian Revival style mansion built for hardware magnate F.A. Heitman in 1926. Designed by architect William Ward Watkin, the house stands on two acres in Shadyside, a private place neighborhood adjacent to Rice University, developed by Joseph S. Cullinan, founder of The Texas Company (Texaco).
While featuring the best of today’s interior styles, the designers’ work showcased the home’s historic features, particularly the finely detailed woodwork and paneling that are hallmarks of Watkin’s buildings. Proceeds from the showhouse and its associated events will benefited Preservation Houston.

The Slovack-Bass design team worked together to create the Artist’s Loft using one of Cecil Touchon's gestural collages in a wall cluster. I just happened onto these images and while a year late, no reason not to document it.

 

The Great White Cloud of Noise

The great white cloud of noise.
In today's world of television,
a suspicious smoke was reported.
Professionals are still confused by exactly what it is,
their words are often desperate and haunted, dealing with mental illness.

At least stop and consider,
[talk is cheap, but]
nothing is cheap anymore in absolute terms.

Everyone has an opinion about everything.
It's very easy to get sucked in.
Expert after expert has an opinion.
While credentials and resume are impressive, does that mean you should listen?

Sorting the wheat from the chaff can be a daunting task,
One of the hardest things to do.

[The] story is now murky because of questions.
This is a sign that something may be about to happen,
but no one is sure what it will be.
Analysts are silent.

This type of disconnect has historically ended badly.

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collage poetry - lines collected from the web

Thursday, March 13, 2014

TYPOGRAPHY BETWEEN ILLUSTRATION AND ART Includes the art of Cecil Touchon


BRIGHT! illuminates typography which for many artists is loaded with creative potential. How much power of expression is contained in a letter, a word, or a sentence, when these entities, which are very com-municative in character to begin with, are presented as images and objects? How does typographical information respond to its environment, to graphic complements, abstraction, or visual reversal? Under the curatorship of Slanted (Weblog & Magazine), BRIGHT! presents a unique collection of extraordinary typo-art. Considering the complexity of the various fields, cultural heritage, primary aesthetic aspects or an understanding of typography and written language as a medium are 
all focused. 

Conversations with: Marc Bijl, Tracey Emin, Ed Fella, Alex Hanimann, Tobias Rehberger, MarK Titchner, Lawrence Weiner 

Including works of more than 200 artist, such as: Olaf Breuning, Elmgreen & Dragset, Fischli & Weiss, Gilbert & George, Liam Gillick, Jenny Holzer, Astrid Klein, Brigitte Kowanz, Ferdinand Kriwet, Barbara Kruger, Glenn Ligon, Michel Majerus, Maurizio Nannucci, Clunie Reid, Ugo Rondinone, Allen Ruppersberg, Ed Rusha, Aurel Schmidt, Steven Shearer, Paul Thek, Cecil Touchon, Christopher Wool, Wayne White and many more

http://www.slanted.de/eintrag/bright-typography-between-illustration-and-art


TYPOGRAPHY BETWEEN ILLUSTRATION AND ART
ISBN 978-3-942597-23-4
65.00 € | 95.00 $ | 60.00 £
Release
November 2012
Editor
Slanted c/o MAGMA Brand Design
Layout
Lars Harmsen, Jan Kiesswetter
Format
24 x 28,7 cm / 9.4 x 11.3 in
420 pages cloth-bound
Text in English / German

featured work:

post dogmatist painting no.505 | acrylic on canvas | 60 x 48 inches
available at Nuart Gallery in Santa Fe