(Selected work from 2019 will be uploaded soon. Please visit @studioflint on Instagram for recent work.)
March 2020, A Field Guide to Getting Lost , Solo Exhibition
Openings Night, March 6th 5-8pm
A Field Guide To Getting Lost, new works by Joshua Flint
‘A Field Guide to Getting Lost,' draws a direct connection to literature and a book of the same title by Rebecca Solnit, whose writing embraces and explores “memory, place, loss, desire, and transformation.” She’s one of a number of authors who I’ve looked to for ideas presented in this body of work.
The paintings are about recollection, the fragmentary nature of identity, and the necessary faultiness of memory. This world connects more to literature, poetry, philosophy, science, and nature writing, rather than current events or the historical canon. Although, I think some of those influences inevitably find their way in.
There is a loose narrative to the show about recalling a journey: the people, places, and things remembered from this movement through time and space. In a way the work asks, "What are the stories we tell ourselves? How much is reality, how much is personal mythology, and where do we draw that line?"
"Illusion is also a path towards knowledge."
- Robert Macfarlane, Landmarks
Robert Lange Studios
2 Queen St.
Charleston, SC 29401
Select 4 Exhibition, Garvey Simon Gallery
October 15 - December 31, 2019
See the entire exhibition on Artsy
15th Anniversary Exhibition, Robert Lange Studios
September 6 – September 25, 2019
Seattle Art Fair, Seager Gray Gallery
August 1 - 4, 2019
I was recently interviewed (12/4/2019) about my painting practice on the Waiting to Dry Podcast
UPCOMING 2020 SHOWS
May 2020, The Red Ribbon, Group Exhibition, Robert Lange Studios
Sea Monsters, 30" x 40", oil on linen, 2020, Private Collection