Artist's description:

Paint pourings have been applied to fixed undulations using three separate axises (creating slight shifts). Once the work is opened out and stretched onto a frame, the depth becomes compressed and all is revealed. As surfaces are skewed from sight, painting in this way becomes more a 'feel' rather than a deliberate action — an aesthetic characteristic of Membrane Art.

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Membrane Art is an aesthetic thought that I have been evolving over the past twelve years. Starting with a loose (unframed) membrane, the surface geometry plays a part in creating distinctive expressions and unfolding events. The curvatures re-enact the natural world (containing multidimensional values). However, the idea is only complete when the membrane is unravelled and the results are revealed on the 2D picture plane. This generates the human visual experience, a metaphor for how we view the world.

Materials used:

Oil paint on Belgian linen

MA#7 (2011)


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This artwork is sold by Malcolm Koch from Australia

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