Daniel E. Kelm and Timothy C. Ely
Kelm: American, 1951–; Ely: American, 1949–
Acrylic and ink on paper, with airbrush acrylics, aluminum, brass tubing and rod, thread, and wire edge binding. Courtesy of Daniel E. Kelm.
Photographs by Jeff Derose/One Match Films.

Investigations: The Four Elements


“What I’m trying to do is assemble symbols in such a way that a shift occurs in the viewer. Language doesn’t have to be verbal or visual. It can be a sensation. It can be in the form of signals. My marks depart from meaning but they’re not meaningless. They just have a different internal matrix.”

Timothy C. Ely

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