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A wall sculpture by Christophe Leroux titled "FRAGILE 80", featured the inaugural group show at Sonce Alexander Gallery.

A wall sculpture by Christophe Leroux titled "FRAGILE 80", featured the inaugural group show at Sonce Alexander Gallery.

Made to Order or customize this look: This artwork is made entirely of upcycled wood scraps. Wooden rectangles were painted in greens, blues, grays, browns and cream. I used a paint technique that allows some transparency so that each wood piece is rich with variation due to the wood grain. These colors are very soothing and would enhance the atmosphere in any home. 24x48 plus handmade frame. Your made to order piece will be very similar to the example shown. No two pieces are exactly…

Made to Order or customize this look: This artwork is made entirely of upcycled wood scraps. Wooden rectangles were painted in greens, blues, grays, browns and cream. I used a paint technique that allows some transparency so that each wood piece is rich with variation due to the wood grain. These colors are very soothing and would enhance the atmosphere in any home. 24x48 plus handmade frame. Your made to order piece will be very similar to the example shown. No two pieces are exactly…

Vivien Roubaud

Vivien Roubaud

Clary Stolte, Variation #15 on Td1 (2014) 30x30cm aluminum tape on cotton

Clary Stolte, Variation #15 on Td1 (2014) 30x30cm aluminum tape on cotton

Perspective no.1 - OS ∆ OOSA technique of depicting volumes and spatial relationships on a flat surface can be referenced to the viewer’s perspective or ‘point of view’. As the viewer begins to perceive the objects it becomes apparent that no two perspectives yield the same visual effect. For the juxtaposition of the light filtering foils in combination with the glass surfaces can create moments of deep density or contrasting transparency and all the variations there within.

Perspective no.1 - OS ∆ OOSA technique of depicting volumes and spatial relationships on a flat surface can be referenced to the viewer’s perspective or ‘point of view’. As the viewer begins to perceive the objects it becomes apparent that no two perspectives yield the same visual effect. For the juxtaposition of the light filtering foils in combination with the glass surfaces can create moments of deep density or contrasting transparency and all the variations there within.

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