Acrylic and wood
Red and black experimental abstract sculptural painting. The work was intentionally removed from the stretchers to make a wave effect to the surface. The piece is signed, titled, and dated by artist Chris Bexar who is a Houston, Texas artist. The work is not framed.
Chris Bexar is an award-winning Houston artist, working predominantly in digital photography for 26 years. In our digital environment, there is a fractal relationship between tiny structures and enormous structures. Everything looks the same. Blow up the components of a PC, and they look like the Houston skyline. Take an aerial photo of the Metropolis, and it looks like the guts of your iPhone. By exploring the concept of landscape in a nostalgic way, Bexar focuses on the idea of virtual space and more specifically on spaces where anyone can do anything at any given moment. His photos establish a link between the landscape's reality and that imagined by its conceiver. His works focus on questions that determine our existence. These meticulously planned works resound and resonate with images culled from the fantastical realm of imagination. Rather than presenting a factual reality, an illusion is fabricated to conjure the realms of our imagination.
H 48 in x W 60 in x D 1.5 in