1. blastedheath:

    Günter Fruhtrunk (German, 1923-1982), Abstract composition, 1960. Gouache on hardboard, 73 x 72 cm.

     

  2. thirdorgan:

    Jean Deyrolle (1911-1967) / sans titre

     

  3. blastedheath:

    Amédée Cortier (Belgian, 1921-1976), Composition avec cercle et rectangles. Oil on canvas, 70 x 50 cm.

    (via dizarrebisco)

     

  4. Ross Ford
    Iterative drawings (10/3/11 6:49pm)
    Ink on paper
    18”x24”

     

  5. thirdorgan:

    Roger Edgar Gillet (1924-2004) / composition, 1959

     

  6. thirdorgan:

    Alkis Pierrakos (né en 1920) / bâtisses, 1958

     


  7. FEATURED MEMBER - DAVID WIGHTMAN

    j-harry-edmiston:

    http://www.pelime.com/davidwightman

    http://www.davidwightman.net

    Based in the London’s creative hub of Hackney Wick, artist David Wightman’s work uses layers of precisely-cut, brightly-painted wallpaper to create abstract works and hypercolour landscapes. Wightman draws on postmodern techniques like hybridity and pastiche, along with basic geometric shapes, to reinvent and almost send up established genres. While his abstract works often take the form of rounded and square targets, his landscapes present familiar scenes such as mountaintops, injected with swathes of bright colour and simplified in a comicbook-esque style.

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  8. ymutate:

    Secret Name

    David Wightman

    2010

    Acrylic and collaged wallpaper on linen

    98 x 98 cm

     

  9. thirdorgan:

    Victor Vasarely / Our MC, c. 1965

    (via dizarrebisco)

     

  10. thirdorgan:

    Neal Doty / “Lady Love”