Subject Tags: illusion, statement piece, focal point art, bold art, abstract lines, unique style, vivid, cool colors, layers, transparent, acrylic glass, plexiglass, metallic silver, smoothness, abstract irregular forms, graffitism, sleek and modern, urban style, modern graffiti art, contemporary abstract expressionism, new media, digital painting, mint green, aqua
Size: 48"W x 32"H x 0.75"D
Year Created: 2017
Ready to Hang
Structures are everywhere. They are physical, they are mental, they are invisible. As there are many layers to life and experience, we need to look beyond the surface to seek out the underlying framework.
Pieces are created using components from photographs and improvising to manipulate their forms and color. Each piece takes on a new whole, representative of the different paradigms and frameworks from which one can operate.
Metallic print face mounted under a sleek and modern ¼” acrylic glass. Art arrives ready to hang and floats ¾” off the wall.
Fluid and flowing lines are the rhythmic visuals created by Ryan Ovsienko. The contemporary visual artist, born 1989 in Milwaukee USA, uses unconventional techniques to create his abstract pieces. Ovsienko’s series Melodic Mayhem takes Picasso’s light painting in new directions, removing all remnants of the creator. He focuses on pure forms and vibrant colors which are influenced by urban art, individuality, and parametric design. Primarily working in digital media, he follows his curiosities of experimentation. They lead to exploring media such as: Long exposure photography, digital manipulation, painting and installation. Resonating with the Graffuturists, always progressing, emerging paradoxical themes such as fluidity and structure appear in his works. Always creating a dynamic expression while embracing the organic and digital.