Duayne Hatchett | Trowel Paintings

Starting in the 1980s, Duayne Hatchett replaced the brush with the trowel for a new series of paintings that allow him to record arm and hand action painting while subverting the familiar look of painterly abstraction. This approach gave him a wide range of imagery and allowed him to exploit the characteristics of acrylic paint as a material.

image Circle the Posse 1987
image Classic Kiss 1987
image Summer Solstice 1987
image March89 1989
image Convergence 1990
image Sometimes the River Runs Deep 1990
image Evolving II 1991
image Encircle 1991
image In Swirl 1991
image Metal White on Black 1994
image Center Square 1994