The Blurred Line

Art as a means of escape into the existence of the self, the non-existence. Art as enhanced raw mediums. Art as repetition and balance by a mind that dives deep into the subconscious.

Succubi and Sword

Succubi and Sword, 36 in. x 48 in., acrylic, nail polish, collage

Bull #2

Bull #2, 14 in. x 24 in., bone, .22lr (carved via dremel)

Skullfish

Skullfish, 24 in. x 10 in., ink

I approach varied mediums with one method in which repetition, balance, and unity enact creation and development. Characters inform one another to create greater forms, patterns, and evolve as a whole. Although I often use characters repeatedly, they fluctuate in style, motif, meaning, and execution. Through personal subliminal exploration, my work reveals the blurred line between imagination and reality, animal and human, life and death.

Temple

Temple, 48 in. x 36 in., acrylic, nail polish, collage

Breath

Breath, 72 in. x 34 in., acrylic, nail polish, collage

Samo Lives Exhibition - Our Lady

Samo Lives Exhibition - Our Lady, 10 ft. x 8 ft., acrylic, collage

Red/White

Red/White, 60 in. x 84 in., acrylic

 

Jason Borders is a Columbus College of Art & Design graduate and fine artist. He is from Lexington, Kentucky, and has been living in Portland, Oregon, for about three years with his wife, Elizabeth, and his dog, Eleanor. He loves glitter, bones, spraypaint, music, dremels, driving, nail polish, guns, and surf guitars.

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