Favorite of the Week: Joseph Stashkevetch

I paid the artist Joseph Stashkevetch a studio visit last week and was blown away by his new work. Joseph is known for his exquisitely realistic conté crayon drawings - yes, these are all done free-hand!  His interest in beauty, transience, destruction, and decay is shown in images that include dilapidated architecture, refuse piles, and flowers. His most recent work - the last two images included here - has become sculptural, composed of multi-layered drawings that curve and undulate. If you're interested in considering Joseph's work for your home, please get in touch!

Joseph Stashkevetch

Joseph Stashkevetch

Joseph Stashkevetch

Joseph Stashkevetch

Joseph Stashkevetch, Denver Museum of Art, Installation view, 2013

Joseph Stashkevetch, Denver Museum of Art, Installation view, 2013

Joseph Stashkevetch, Denver Museum of Art, Installation view, 2013

Joseph Stashkevetch, Denver Museum of Art, Installation view, 2013

Joseph Stashkevetch, Torn Curtain #2, 2016

Joseph Stashkevetch, Torn Curtain #2, 2016

Joseph Stashkevetch, The Blue Mosque, 2017

Joseph Stashkevetch, The Blue Mosque, 2017