The work of Chris Engman combines photography, sculpting and installations to create some rather interesting pieces of work that challenge our notions of reality. Chris Engman uses wood as a major component in a lot of his work, either as the simple structure to hold up and display, or as the focal point and subject of his work.
Chris Engman plays with his environment to create art that stands out from the surroundings and invites a sense of wonder and intrigue. Click through the gallery to see some of his work, from Abandoned Crates to Landscape for Benjamin.
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