Graham Anderson

Graham Anderson’s paintings create and distort illusionistic space as they explore the intersection of image, material and technique. The artist’s signature technique combines pointillist buildup and broad, waxy brushstrokes—while also incorporating diverse influences, ranging from vintage commercial magazines to trompe l’oeil paintings. Anderson frequently divides his compositions into rectilinear areas that could be shelves or flat walls, filling these spaces with fruits and silhouetted bodies constructed from optically charged fields of dots.