Finn Enke

5 thoughts on “Finn Enke”

  1. These are so beautiful and full of life. I know we will all see different things here — but what I see (even before I read the incredible academic bio of the artist) are bodies — bodies everywhere holding hands in the migration, standing at attention on Chelsea Morning, dancing and reading toward each other in Night, and two branch-limbed people in the Phoenix Trees in City Burning. Who knows what the artist intended — and I know that matters and does not matter at the same mite —but for me this collection seems of our deep interconnectedness —that we are together and imbedded in the places that we move though, dwell in, and lose.

  2. Finn! What a beautiful collection of your work. I spent a bit of time looking at your website, as well. Thank you for sharing your creativity and art. I so look forward to seeing – and reading! – more.

  3. Love the artwork, especially the uplifting Chelsea Morning. Look forward to learning more about your work. Thank you.

  4. Finn!! I love and miss you. I hope you’re doing as well as you can be. Thank you for sharing this art with us, I’m particularly fond of City Burning, Pheonix Trees. I would like to have it on a hundred postcards so I could send it to all my friends and they could hang it on their walls.

  5. Finn, your work here and your participation in the artist roundtable are awesome. Thank you for being and making. I love all your works but I covet ‘Night’.

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