We are thrilled to be presenting an exhibition of work by Berlin artist Miron Schmückle later this month. His detailed images evoke vintage botanical drawings and employ a palette of rich jewel tones against clear white backgrounds. Schmuckle describes the resulting biomorphic flora as “allegories of the senses,” and likens his process to the surrealist practice of automatic writing. “My hands start to translate my thoughts onto the paper,” he says. “Once I am in the process, I can stop thinking while my hand continues to paint.”
Born in Romania and trained in Germany, Miron Schmückle has work in collections from Tokyo to Pennsylvania. This will be his first solo exhibition in the United States.