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The Christopher Russel Art Brussells 2012 Exhibit is Conceptually Complex

By: Jana Pijak - Published: Apr 22, 2012 • References: luisdejesus and frameweb
The Christopher Russell Art Brussells 2012 exhibition features the artist's 'Runaway' and 'Remains' series. Practicing the art of photography, drawing, bookmaking and writing, Russel creates a powerful portrait set inspired by a variety of references.

In Runaway, the artist scratches at photographs, using them as a drawing surface. From decorative patterns to intricate ship portrayals, the Christopher Russell exhibit showcases complex concepts and impeccable craftsmanship. In Remains, the artist takes inspiration from LA's Art Deco architecture, combining hand-lettered text and his signature scratched photographs.

Resembling text-based wallpaper, Christopher Russell's work is imaginative and innovative, daring to test the boundaries of human perception. From forward-thinking mediums and techniques to avant-garde and emotional imagery, this display of talent is sure to impress art lovers at the Luis de Jesus Gallery in Los Angeles.