Eric White may work with traditional media, but the resulting paintings are a far cry from tradition. His Divorce series is comprised of old-style Hollywood glamour shots of couples cheek to cheek, but with the scrawls of a six-year-old defacing the moment. Indeed, White’s paintings do have something photographic about them, if not an obvious photorealism. The One and The Other One are, again, tributes to the head shots of pin-up girls, whereas Dadsville has a touch of Norman Rockwell-cum-70s rec room. White’s styles vary from hazy and fluid to almost harsh and edgy, all of which are worth investigation.
Artist: Eric White
The Other One