Michael MacMahon

Aggregate States


The work of Michael MacMahon utilizes representations of the American landscape/seascape and experiments in color theory while subjecting them to personal systems. Polychromatic grids play with the landscape’s natural boundary/border to form an aggregate state of movement, origin and place. This practice furthers MacMahon’s long-standing interest in the representation of the American landscape with an exploration of home as a place and a state of mind.

Michael MacMahon is originally from Ireland and now resides in the United States. He has shown work both nationally and internationally. His practice utilizes landscape imagery and color theory to further his long-standing interest in the representation of the American landscape with an exploration of home as a place and a state of mind. Awards include the Dana Pond award for painting. He is currently the Artist in Residence at the Umbrella Art Center in Concord, MA. 

You Were Never Really Here Quick shop
Can’t Turn Back The Tide Quick shop
Last Call Quick shop
On a New Front Page Sky Quick shop
Oak Never Does Anything Quickly Quick shop
Slow At First Then All At Once Quick shop
So Come On And Swallow Me Quick shop
My Goodbye Is Written Quick shop
Aggregate II Quick shop
Entrance Quick shop
Aggregate III Quick shop
Aggregate I Quick shop