The Isca Greenfield-Sanders Paintings Stem from Old Photographs

By: Jordy E  - May 28, 2014
References: iscags & missmoss.co.za
These Isca Greenfield-Sanders paintings represent a merger of old with new art forms. The pictures she reworks are originally vintage photographs which have been updated with watercolors and pencil, hence the weathered finish that one finds within each of her pieces.

These Greenfield-Sanders paintings have also all been mounted onto tiles, giving way to a shiny, gloss finish. This glossy element further stems from her use of oils which provide the final casing for the designs, imbuing them with even greater artistic value.

The theme of memory is also present in the portfolio of Greenfield-Sanders. By portraying relatable landscapes such as beaches and pools, she hopes that viewers will in some way relate to the scenes in a personal manner.