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JIM DRAIN

BIO

(b. 1975, Cleveland, Ohio) He was a member of the now-disbanded art community, Fort Thunder in Providence, RI.  It was located in a warehouse that was eventually torn down.  The major characteristic of his works is the aesthetic, hallucinating, primitive, post-modern and brilliant sense of colors. He was also a member of Forcefield, a four member group that made music together.  They made an installation for the Whitney Biennial in 2002, but have since disbanded. He currently lives and works in Miami, Florida.


PRODUCTS

Untitled, 2012

Bench

Powder coated stainless steel and aluminum 

44 in (L) 22 in (W) x 18 in (H)

Edition of 25

Each color combination is unique

 

Planter, 2012

Planter

Powder coated aluminum 

48 in (L) 24 in (W) x 29 in (H)

Edition of 25

Turquoise/ Pink 

 

Name, 2012

Textile 

Poly twill

59 in wide

Sold by the yard

Jena, 2012

Garden gnome

Hand planted ceramic 

16 in (L) 16 in (W) x 16 in (H)

Edition of 12

Muriel, 2012

Garden gnome

Hand planted ceramic 

16 in (L) 16 in (W) x 16 in (H)

Edition of 12