Details:

This work employs squares as a basic geometric unit, combining this element with a dominant form that radiates from a central point in each square. The radiating forms are connected through intermediating squares, resulting in a continuous but stop-start relationship between each element.
Unframed

① Artwork:

Lorelei

This painting's composition is an exploration of alternation. This work employs squares as a basic geometric unit, combining this element with a dominant form that radiates from a central point in each square. The radiating forms are connected through intermediating squares, resulting in a continuous but stop-start relationship between each element.

Christopher Dunlap’s magnetic images display precise geometric patterning and vibrant contrasting colors that both entrance the viewer and demand full visual engagement. The artist's compositions combine layers of oil paint, built up slowly and methodically, with visible brush strokes to create depth and vibration within the patterning itself. The resulting work leaves viewers feeling as if they are peering through a focused microscope, seeing only a small piece of a larger composition.

Specs:

25 inches
30 inches

③ Artist:

Christopher Dunlap

Christopher Dunlap’s magnetic images display precise geometric patterning and vibrant contrasting colors. The artist slowly and methodically builds up layers of oil paint and visible brush strokes to create depth and vibration within the patterning itself. Dunlap’s work gives viewers the impression of peering through a focused microscope—seeing only a special section of a much larger composition or totality.

Christopher Dunlap:
Lorelei, 2022
Oil and flashe on canvas
30.0 × 25.0 inches /