Press Release: Intersectional Art Show-New Fairfield CT Sept 14

New Fairfield Intersectional Artist featured in Art Show Sept 14

For the past 7 years, New Fairfield has been home to the world’s foremost Intersectional Artist and on Sunday Sept 14th Wheels is having an open house / art show of his works.  The Art Show will be open to the public from 3-6pm at 54 Rita Drive, New Fairfield, CT.

 

Fruit Bowl by WheelsWheels, as he signs his paintings, also known as local resident Dave Wheeler, explains the origins of Intersectional Art.  ”I created my style of art, called Intersectional Art, around 2000 in New Milford, CT.  At the time I just needed something to cover up an old wall air conditioner.  An artist friend of mine who specializes in gritty, character-driven portraits made a comment in an interview that his paintings ‘had personality’ and that he would never paint something ‘as boring as a bowl of fruit’.  That statement was all I needed.  I took it as a challenge to create a non-boring painting of a bowl of fruit… and use it to cover the old air conditioner.”

 

His work has been called “masterful, modernistic paintings” by Croix Sather, 2x World Record setter and New Fairfield resident.  Ridgefield award-winning author and 2008 National Hobo Queen, Carmine Coco DeYoung, has described the paintings by Wheels as “entrancing” and a “unique style all his own”.

 

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The Starbucks Connection:

Wheels is often found most mornings at the New Fairfield Starbucks with his dog, Sampson.  Many people in New Fairfield know Sampson but fewer know the Intersectional Artist sitting right next to him.  ”That’s fine with me.” Dave says, “Sampson puts the Star into Starbucks and loves the attention.”  In fact, Wheels will be donating the first $50 from each item sold at the Art Show to the New Fairfield Sherman Animal Welfare Society (NFSAW.org).

 

 

The Art Show on Sunday, Sept 14th is open to the public from 3-6pm and presented by NoteWordy.com.  Some of the paintings that will be shown on Sunday can be previewed on their website.

 

 

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Which Intersectional Art Show Poster did you see around town?

We all know that there is an Art Show featuring the world’s foremost Intersectional Artist (Wheels) on Sunday Sept.14th from 3-6pm at 54 Rita Drive, New Fairfield, CT but the important question is…. Which poster did you see around town?

Below are some of the posters that you might find at local businesses or on bulletin boards around New Fairfield and Danbury CT.

Which is your favorite example of Intersectional Art?
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Intersectional Art Show 2014
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Intersectional Art Show
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Art by Wheels the worlds foremost Intersectional Artist
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Where did you see these Intersectional Art posters around town?

Leave a comment below and tell us which of the Intersectional Art Show posters you have seen and where!  To make it simple, we are calling the Intersectional Art samples… “Man”, “Poppy”, “T-Rose” and “Guitar”.

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Art Show Sept.14th in New Fairfield, CT

Poster for ArtShow2014

The artwork by Wheels will be featured in an Art Show on September 14th, 2014 at 54 Rita Drive, New Fairfield, CT from 3-6pm.

A wide selection of works will be displayed within the artist’s home and the first 10 people who arrive will receive a boxed set of notecards featuring the artist’s earlier works including “Power Tie, 7 of 7″ (seen below right).

NoteWordy Card Power Tie 7 of 7

 

 

This event is presented by NoteWordy.com.

 

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Forest Drive by Wheels Auctioned on eBay.com

Another painting by Wheels has been put up for auction via eBay.com titled “Forest Drive”. The painting has been SOLD !

Forest Drive

Abstract Art by Wheels,

the World’s Leading Intersectional Artist

Forest Drive by Wheels

 

Background:

This relatively small (11x14in.) acrylic on canvas painting depicts a curved road through a forest.  Colors include black, yellow, dark red, emerald green and lime green.  The small size adds to the value of this painting in two ways.

First, a small intersectional art painting requires the same amount of elements as a larger painting while “cramming” (that’s a technical painting term) them into a smaller area.  This increases the difficulty of the painting process and is why fewer small paintings like this are created and even fewer are available at auction.

Secondly, intersectional abstract art of this size make it much easier to find a spot within your home to hang the piece.  Certainly you will want to hang it in a prominent location but with the smaller size, you have much more flexibility than if it were 2 foot by 3 foot.  This flexibility, along with the rarity of the size as mentioned above, is why many collectors are interested in this work by Wheels.

 

Inspiration:

This painting was inspired by roads around Southern New Hampshire where the artist spent many summers and also learned to drive.  The canopy of leaves provides a cool respite from the hot tarmac as the light flickers off leaves of different hues.

 

What is Abstract Art?

 

 

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Sunrise Window auction on eBay…and something from my ex-wife

The intersectional abstract art painting by Wheels titled “Sunrise Window” is now up for sale via auction on eBay.  Check it out here…  Intersectional abstract art by Wheels Intersectional abstract art titled Sunrise Window by Wheels

 In terms of significance, this painting is an excellent example of the use of negative space.  If you notice in the painting where you perceive the window is actually where there is no paint added to the canvas.  This technique has been used in a number of works by Wheels including “Good Idea”, “Fall in VT” and “Ski The Rockies” to name just a few.

Sunrise Window also includes the bold, vibrant colors that are the trademark of the world’s leading intersectional artist, Wheels.  In this painting he creates an “explosion of color” using red, yellow and a background of blue.

 

 

A contribution from the ex-wife…
Another item for sale on eBay is an old framed black & white print that used to hang in the NYC bathroom of my ex-wife’s apartment before we were married.  I’m not sure why she did not take it with her when we split up, but, hey, it has a nice frame and is easy on the eyes.  (I was referring to the picture, not my ex-wife… in case you were wondering.)  Not to say that my ex-wife does not have a good frame but I also have not seen her in a few years so I can’t say for sure.

The print is matted and there is only some slight wavy-ness to the mat / print.  The fact that it has been behind glass has probably preserved it and aside from that, I did not notice any other damage.

You can bid on it here … Not Intersextional art.

Note:  There is glass covering the picture and all efforts will be made to preserve this for the person who wins the bidding on eBay, but it would also be wise to inspect the shipment as soon as it is received to make sure the glass was not damaged during shipping.  If you catch it early, it will be easier to make a claim on the shipper.

Here is a picture of it that is not on eBay…

.4 Beach Ladies with Umbrellas

 This picture was not posted on eBay because it contains some reflections in the glass.  The other picture (on eBay) was taken at an angle so there are no reflections and the picture can be seen more clearly.

 

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Artist Brush painting for Sale on eBay.com

The first painting of Wheels being auctioned in many years is now available for bidding on eBay.com.

Bid high and Bid often !

Check it out at this link… 

Artist Brush painting by Intersectional artist Wheels

Auction update… Artist Brush by Wheels has SOLD !
This early example of intersectional art has been snapped up by a collector in Florida. More paintings are being added for auction over the coming weeks so be sure to search eBay.com for “intersectional art” by “Wheels” to see what else is available.

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Intersectional Art Definitions

Many people ask what category does the “NoteWordy Art by Wheels” fall into?Binary Intersectional art - sample 1

Is it Contemporary Art?  Abstract Art?  Or just plain ol’ colorful wall decoration?

It is actually something called “Intersectional Art”.

What is Intersectional Art?  Are there different versions?

Imagine you drew a figure 8 or a clover leaf shape.  Now at each intersection of the line, the area that is filled are alternated at the intersection.  This is simple or “Binary” intersectional art.  A couple examples are shown here.

Binary Intersectional Art Sample 2

 

The next level of intersectional contemporary art is called “True Intersectional Art” and it has additional areas where the image folds upon itself to create white space or as the art critics in New York City like to say “negative space”.  In other words, it is sort of like a checkerboard … but more interesting.  See the image example below which is considered a mono or single color sample of “True Intersectional Art”. True-Intersectional-Art

 

Along comes color…

Most of the images of Intersectional art that people are familar with, at least in the United States and Europe, are multi-colored.  Some artists use different colors for each section within a given image (selectory technique) [see google example below] while other artists overlay Intersectional components of different colors on top of each other (poly-morphic) or interwoven with each other (inter-morphic). Intersectional Art version of Google Logo by Wheels

Art created by the artist known as Wheels is usually known for the use of basic, primary vibrant colors in a poly-morphic, True Intersectional art format.

 

 

Where does Intersectional Art belong?

While Intersectional Art is considered by many to be Contemporary and Abstract, the Intersextional Artist Wheels considers it to be more “Semi-Abstract”. 

“It seems like a more accurate description of the work.  While the fill areas are sometimes simply black or white to create a stark contract, I like to use a single, bold color for each “element” within my art … while keeping within the polymorph style of Intersectional art.”  – Wheels

 

What do you think about Intersectional Art?

Do you think it is the “Next Great Art Form” or “Just Something in a Gallery that I don’t Get”?  Do you prefer mono or colored styles?

Either way, please add your comments below or use one of the buttons here to post them to your Facebook page.

 

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Fundraising for NoteWordy.com

As part of our 2012 NoteWordy.com fundraising activities to support Contemporary Art, we have started selling a number of items on eBay.  While some may not be directly related to NoteWordy’s signature Intersectional Art, they are all unique in their own way.

The first of these is a Michael Jordan Chicago Bulls jersey with the original tags still attached. The pictures below show the item along with the size, (48). Note: this is one of the gold color jerseys.

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Champion Chicago Bulls 23 Jordan Gold jersey size 48

 

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My competition . . . . ?

I did not realize that I was competing with artists OUTSIDE THE HUMAN RACE !

Check out the video …

I was especially insulted by the last sentence that indicates what makes a “good artist”… listen to the video carefully and you will see what I mean !

d.Mark “Dave” Wheeler

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