Gallery: Charles Spurrier Creates Patterned 3D Paintings From Thousands...

We often hear one man's trash is another man's treasure. With Charles Spurrier's eye-catching canvases, tiny pieces of recycled material are worked, painted, and pieced together into seamless designs that resemble anything but their original form. New York-based Spurrier collects almost any material imaginable for his artworks, including laundry detergent bottle caps, packing tape, milk crates, and plastic shelving. He cuts and shapes the found materials, then stacks them to create hypnotic patterns that resemble intricate quilts or tapestries that jump off the wall.

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1 Comment

  1. maggiet March 1, 2012 at 4:35 pm

    Refreshing,engaging abstractions of recovered/discovered color.
    Thanks for the nice coverage of this exhibition.