The Photograph Gallery
Left: Higher Kern River/2, 2007; Proper: Higher Kern River/1, 2007
The minimalist work of New York-based mostly artist Rupert Deese is a cross between aid sculptures and monochromatic work. Impressed by nature and panorama, his work is crammed with geometric shapes which might be organized in such a method that they seem to virtually transfer. Relying on the sunshine you possibly can see the slight variations of depth from the sides and contours of the piece.
His work might be seen on the Marty Walker Gallery in Dallas, Texas.
Merced and Tuolumne Rivers/three, 2004
Merced and Tuolumne Rivers (Pale Blue), 2004
Kern River/10 (blue-grey), 2008
Kern River/10 (blue-grey) (element view), 2008
His round “Array” woodcut prints have been impressed by topographical maps and are simply as visually intriguing as his work.
Array one thousand/Inexperienced, 2012
Array one thousand/Pink, 2012
Array one thousand/Darkish Blue, 2012
Array one thousand Suite, 2012
All pictures are copyright Rupert Deese. Courtesy of Marty Walker Gallery.