Eric Huckabee

Region: South

Painting is a means of thinking visually in real time. Or giving tangible form to suspended information found through seeing “thinking” and feeling “seeing.” Often, my images develop out of a fascination with the formal properties of specific information— say, the shape of a hull in water, its negative shape that of a wave, affected by weather and the perception of space. My paintings are frequently afterthoughts of previous investigations, showing how variables can be endlessly depicted in service of creating new fictions.