Jason Middlebrook is a mixed media artist that creates amazing artworks with wood. Using discarded and salvaged wood in Hudson, NY, Jason creates colorful, geometric compositions that provide a sharp contrast to the rough-hewn wood. What intrigues him most about using wood is how it acts as records of history and creates distinct conversations with their surrounding environment. Taking inspiration from artists like Frank Stella and Ellsworth Kelly, Jason juxtaposes aged, natural materials with contemporary patterns and colors. His installation, Gold Rush, is currently on display at Peters Projects.
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