АМЕРИКАНСКИЙ АБСТРАКЦИОНИСТ ПРЕДСТАВИЛ СВОЮ КОЛЛЕКЦИЮ В БАКУ
(Excerpt) (translated from Azeri)
Shane Guffogg was born in Los Angeles, where he received his art education at the California Institute of the Arts. From 1989 to 1995 he worked with Edward Ruscha – creator of the famous “text painting”. Guffogg is a modern abstract art school. He writes in oils, watercolor, gouache, pastel on canvas and paper, as well as zinc plates. Shane uses glizali technique (glaze), which had a huge popularity among the artists of the XVI century.
Explains a senior fellow at the Research Museum of the Russian Academy of Arts, Anastasia Nikandrova, “Shane Guffogg uses the idea of light in his work, both in the literal and figurative sense. Shining the light reflected from the fabulous shimmering surfaces of his paintings and fills them with numerous highlights of overflows and overflow of color and light within them pictures. Moving and living their own hard life of the structure in the viewer’s perception of cause sensations of floating galaxies, rotating clouds, fluttering ribbons, creating a closed-changing world.
The exhibition consists of 73 paintings and a series of glass sculpture,
Shane Guffogg: The Observer is the Observed
The Museum of the Gallery Center, Baku, Azerbaijan
February 21 – April 6, 2017.
To read the article from the source and see pictures: https://qorod.blog/2017/02/22/amerikanskiy-abstraksionist/