“Part painting, part assemblage, part cultural tableau, Sloane’s work is a pastiche of wood, metal, paper, canvas, even found objects, tar, and wax. Simple motifs, including nature and the female form, stand in measured contrast to the quirky compositions, pointed imagery and high-low mix of materials. The result is a wide-ranging and ambitious imagery that captures the rich, black wink of Sloane’s skewed world view.”
“I began as a watercolor painter. I loved the transparency and luminosity of watercolor and strive for that quality in my oil paintings. I am inspired by the initial transparent washes of oil and medium. Then I incorporate more opaque paint in the initial wash. The blending of these two layers produces a beautiful energy. I try to stay loose with bold brushstrokes and fresh with clean color. I’m not so concerned with delineating the details or exact colors of the subject as I am in creating a beautiful impression of it.
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