“Popular Science”


Using a collage based technique and nostalgic imagery, Ringley creates spaces and places previously unknown to the viewer often incorporating different styles within the same picture. Ringley’s paintings and prints have a kinesthetic sense of metaphor as we move through strange and exciting landscapes, observing familiar objects. Jim Ringley’s work is in the collections of the Arkansas Art Center, Little Rock, The Spencer Museum of Art, Lawrence, Kansas, the Springfield Art Museum, Missouri, and the University of Colorado, Boulder. “Popular Science” is Ringley’s first print at Shark’s. It is a seven color lithograph with chine collé that juxtaposes fine drawing and a flat, retro image, as tops spin above the disparate spaces of the print. “Popular Science” has been printed in an edition of 25 impressions, plus proofs, on Magnani Pescia Crème paper, 22 x 30”, with white Thai Mulberry chine collé.