Vincent Fecteau's latest sculptural series features crinkled canvas compositions that play with a viewer's perception. The compositions reveal hidden scenes and images within their folds and are accented with muted color tones.
"Modeled and carved from blocks of epoxy resin and then painted, the sculptures are inspired by found objects and photographs collected in the last 20 years."
Based in San Franciso, the artist displays six sculptures and eight collages in his latest exhibition. The work reflects his mood, vision and state of mind from the past two years and illustrates his interest in spatial and dimensional studies.
These abstract sculptures resemble pieces of crinkled paper and can at times be reminiscent of discarded chewing gum pieces. While they are abstract and ambiguous to the untrained eye, artist Vincent Fecteau sees hidden images within his pieces.