Miles Huston

Miles Huston’s practice, rooted in studies of “natural” patterns, frequently employs systems of lines to create irregular and infinitely repeating tile motifs. The artist’s paintings explore how interactions of color are shaped by their size and proximity, overlapping forms to create illusions of space, depth and motion. Huston’s work can take many hours to complete, and reveal their handmade quality upon close inspection—with the traces of errors and revisions included in the final composition.