Stewart & Stewart
Archival pigment print
30” x 22” edition 25
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Jeanette Pasin Sloan is an artist who lives in New Mexico. Most of her work centers on a hyperreal vision of domestic objects.
Born in Chicago, she also received an MFA from The University of Chicago.
As a young mother in the 70’s she would paint in her kitchen while her children slept. She found her moment when she observed a reflection in a toaster she was painting.
Trine is the first print she made with Stewart and Stewart.
This print shows desert flowers, and cacti reflected in a brightly colored cup. The color is calming, evocative of the serenity found in the Southwest.
The image, while related to domesticity is more Dutch still life than photorealism. There is both realism and abstraction in her work, which makes the work more complex than just a domestic table scape.
This sense of calm in household objects coupled with precise and magical reflections is unique.
And again, looks towards the Dutch still lives from the sixteenth century.