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Michael Challenger Diary of a Cube Painted Wood Sculpture

Michael Challenger

Diary Of A Cube 2016
Painted Wood Sculpture   11” x 12” in.
Challenger’s work is a powerful interplay of op-art and constructivism. His graphic work evokes the counter- play of shapes, forms and color of his predecessors, including Albers and Escher; but in a stronger and yet playful way.

Although Challenger ably plots new horizons with his illusionist scenery, his concern is more with the credible realization of improbable figures without alienating his audience with an esoteric language.

He uses simple units and the flat, hard-edged colours are deployed with cool detachment and yet, in spite of clear-cut geometric shapes, his paintings always defy one interpretation.

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Challenger’s work is a powerful interplay of op-art and constructivism. His graphic work evokes the counter- play of shapes, forms and color of his predecessors, including Albers and Escher; but in a stronger and yet playful way.

Although Challenger ably plots new horizons with his illusionist scenery, his concern is more with the credible realization of improbable figures without alienating his audience with an esoteric language.

He uses simple units and the flat, hard-edged colours are deployed with cool detachment and yet, in spite of clear-cut geometric shapes, his paintings always defy one interpretation.

Additional information

Weight 3 lbs
Dimensions 14 × 3 × 12 in
Subject

Signed

Signed

Edition Type

Limited Edition

Style

Size Type/Largest Dimension

Medium (Up to 30in.)

Date of Creation

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Edition Size

HC

Print Type - Production Technique

Artist Name

Michael Challenger

Certificate of Authenticity

yes

Framing

Item height

11

Item Length

12

Medium / Type

Item Width

10

Michael Challenger Diary of a Cube Painted Wood Sculpture

Michael Challenger Diary Of A Cube 2016 Painted Wood Sculpture   11'' x 12'' in. Challenger's work is a powerful interplay of op-art and constructivism. His graphic work evokes the counter- play of shapes, forms and color of his predecessors, including Albers and Escher; but in a stronger and yet playful way. Although Challenger ably plots new horizons with his illusionist scenery, his concern is more with the credible realization of improbable figures without alienating his audience with an esoteric language. He uses simple units and the flat, hard-edged colours are deployed with cool detachment and yet, in spite of clear-cut geometric shapes, his paintings always defy one interpretation.

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