Marc Lincewicz is an artist living and working in Columbus, Ohio. He studied at The Columbus College of Art and Design and was strongly influenced by two specific people; Lowell Toldstedt and Walter King. Toldstedt being particularly detail oriented and King very expressive. You can find both of those styles informing his work. Probably more importantly, both taught him to strive to find a unique, personal visual voice.
Regarding the work, the images Lincewicz enjoys creating tend to focus on small moments, personal memories, forgotten or not often thought of places. Sometimes dream-like, sometimes more literal and direct, he bounces between contemporary and traditional. Lincewicz appreciates classical painting as much as abstract expressionism and parts of both of those influences, different as they may be, work themselves into his drawings.
Lincewicz seems to have a love for texture, line and the figure. When he uses the figure, he tries to keep it gender neutral, expressing emotion through action rather than facial expressions. If we know the figure is male or female, we tend to have preconceived ideas of what may or may not be happening in the story. Keeping them neutral helps avoid this and makes the figures more relatable to anyone, regardless of gender or race. This direction creates some limitations in his ability to tell stories, but it does force him to find the subtly in interactions. Texture and line are appealing on a purely visual level. A simple walk in the woods is a good example ...
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