The David Tajchman 'Surprise Surprise' art piece features a fuchsia sculptural form that resembles a fluid or gel-like form. The membrane has been installed into an aging mansion, juxtaposing past and present design ideals. The distorted form is organic in shape, resembling the form of a belly. The bright pink mass is a focal point against aged off-white mansion walls.
The sculpture's reflective qualities are balloon like displaying a large volume that is never heavy but instead light-weight and surreal. The form fills the mansion interior like a balloon being filled with water. When its elasticity is strained, the form releases, exposing a beautifully blue sky.
This awe-inspiring installation is dream-like and fearless with concept and color, exuding a surreal surprise for those lucky enough to experience it.
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