Meta Structures

Black Book Gallery.  April 2015

A two man exhibit from artists Max Kauffman and Brian Robertson uses the term as a way to define works loosely based in reality, but taking on a sense of “extra/other” reality. Both artists employ elements of abstraction and use personal experience with emotion to describe their work; Max stating a sense of balance found in his personal life informing his recent work and Brian mentioning a “mood de jour” guiding his hand when constructing compositions. Together the works address objects or architecture of an unknown origin and with an unknown purpose, brought to life for the viewer to attempt to assign the final verdict of classification.

Flux Residential

12×16 in watercolor, ink and spray paint on rives bfk

We Awoke on the Edge of this Winter

22×30 in watercolor and ink on rives bfk

Midden

41×41 in watercolor, ink and spray paint on rives bfk

White Picket Fence

18×23 in watercolor, ink and spray paint on rives bfk

Opportunity Center

9×10 in watercolor and ink on rives bfk

 

Triplets

11×13 in watercolor and ink on rives bfk

Garden Dwelling

11×14 in watercolor, ink and spray paint on rives bfk

 

Aztec Power center

9×10 in watercolor, ink, and spray paint on rives bfk

Memory Palace

12×16 in watercolor and ink on rives bfk

 

Neighbors 1 and 2

each 7×14 in watercolor and ink on rives bfk

Tracing Heritage

12×16 in watercolor and ink on rives bfk

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