Off the Ledge. | Jordy Hewitt.

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[dropcap]H[/dropcap]eavily leaning on the charm of contrast, Jordy Hewitt‘s ongoing Ledge Point series is a simple approach to a concept that can become quite complicated.

When we think of contrast, when think of two extremes. However, Hewitt takes this opportunity to stray from the comparative norm and blurs the line between the abstract, the consistent, the abstractly consistent and the consistently abstract. Harmonious in its segregated thrashing, the hues in Hewitt’s pieces have a complicated dialogue that masterfully shifts its tone upon the artist’s whim.


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