Transformation of materials is evident throughout his mediums including pigmented wood putties, cast patinated lead, digital printing on mylar, and cast pigmented beeswax among others. Heat, what Joseph Beuys has called a metaphor for thought, is often employed by Cox to create his art. It is Cox’s intention that his pieces are seductive…
“It is a paradox of nature that while considering the world around us, we are constantly reminded of questions that transcend what we actually see. I can only wonder about the forces that create a particular place as a particular moment, and the serendipity of being there. I paint landscapes as impressions of places and the feelings we associate with that moment…”
The gallery recently added a “Projects” space that intends to be a platform for artistic exploration and innovation featuring younger artists. The Projects program was created with an eye toward introducing new artists to the gallery and Aspen. Quintenz Gallery Projects will also feature short-term curatorial projects by guest curators as well as pop-up exhibitions and lecture series.