Brooklyn-based artist Austin Eddy is known for his pattern-heavy abstract paintings. He uses charcoal, spray paint, and mixed media to create abstractions, portraits, and narrative works. His practice combines daily experience with dialogue on the history of painting. Eddy is influenced by a range of movements and painters, including cubism and the seminal work of Pablo Picasso.
Austin Eddy's work has been exhibited in group and solo shows, including Bendixen Contemporary Art, Copenhagen, The Horticultural Society, New York, Denny Gallery, New York, Fredericks and Freiser, New York, Lesley Heller, New York, Conduit Gallery, Dallas, MOCA GA, Atlanta, and Coburn Projects, London.