Remember in your elementary school art classes when the teacher would ask you to draw continuously, without picking up your pen once? Well, Vancouver-based artist Stefany Hemming makes that her M.O. Hemming works within a “strict set of formal parameters: one tool, one layer of paint, and one limited block of time.”
This paradoxically free-form and restrictive method results in fecund, seemingly never-ending nests like “Jig,” seen above. To learn more about Hemming and some of our other artists, head over to Tinney Contemporary.