Tuesday, June 14, 2011

Brooks Salzwedel

Brooks Salzwedel is one of a few contemporary artists experimenting with transparent materials as a surface for painting and drawing. Using graphite on resin layers, Salzwedel creates landscapes suspended in an ethereal haze. What comes across as depth is created simply by drawing foreground and background elements on different layers. These are some works I would really love to see in real life, since even though they look good digital I'm sure the slight 3D would be fantastic in person.

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