Linear V is based on natural processes—natural mechanics of human vision as demonstrated through line and pattern, figure and ground. This artistic approach simulates processes in the larger natural world, such as the shapes created by erosion or the meandering of a river. Linear V takes full advantage of its three dimensionality, changing with every viewpoint and by changes in lighting and weather conditions throughout the day.
The artist began his career as a stone sculptor in the 1970s,
801 West Washington St., Indianapolis, IN, 46222
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