Corydon Cowansage

Corydon Cowansage’s work explores both the psychology of space and the relationship between abstraction, architecture, biomorphic forms and the body itself. The artist uses geometry and vibrant color to manipulate light and shadow, distorting our perceptions of physical space—while reconstructing the viewer’s point of access to the painting. Cowansage’s meditative compositions reflect on the speed of the world and feature invented forms that are simultaneously recognizable and slightly removed from reality.