Vector Space Paradox

Vector Space Paradox 2655 1200 Daniel Stuelpnagel

Downstairs conference room at the historic AIA Baltimore / Baltimore Architecture Foundation offices and bookstore on Chase Street, a great crowd for the event, opening reception for this solo exhibition of 14 paintings including the 12-foot assembly of panels on the right, Magmatronic.

Looking forward to developing more of the fusion pieces involving surrealistic landscapes built on the geometric abstractions, it’s a logical technique I use to create surfaces and textures that relate to the elements portrayed; layers of geometry imply a built environment recycled through the strata of geological time, and/or mineral elements, while sweeping gestural color fields and gradients use the fluidity of the painterly surface to suggest sea and sky.

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