Vincent Myette is a self-taught artist devoted to daily practice and trust in the images that arise from putting charcoal to paper without preconceived plans. Working from the unconscious and from a practice of being present to the moment, the material, and the line, he creates peopled interiors and landscapes. For the most part, his drawings are 18”x24” psychic worlds in charcoal.
He grew up around prints of artists such as Marc Chagall, Vincent Van Gogh and Andrew Wyeth and found, more recently, that he is drawn to the works of Willem de Kooning, Egon Schiele, Oskar Kokoschka, and Jenny Saville. He lives on Cape Cod with his wife, the poet Mary Kane, and his daughter who is in college. There, besides drawing every day in his basement studio, he works in construction.
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