San Francisco-based artist Chris Dorosz deviates from the traditional canvas in his paintings, which offer the viewer an engaging 3D representation of abstract forms and shapes.
The artist suspends his brushstrokes in the air, using semi-transparent grids of acrylic rods. The artist's most recent work features abstract portraits, which only become clear when the viewer is looking head-on. Through the use of materials, Dorosz's uses his work to change the perception of human physicality. This artist uses paint as a canvas to create "a form that takes shape not from a brush or any human-made implement or gesture."
Using each brush stroke as a building block, Chris Dorosz's work aims to embody the make-up of a human being's DNA, represented through pixelated imagery.
Suspended Brush Stroke Portraits
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