The Image Flow’s gallery will host an opening night event this weekend during Marin Arts Open Studios. Please join us on Saturday, May 7th at 6:30 p.m. for appetizers and conversation as we preview Stuart’s new series of abstract photographs.
These abstract photographs are sometimes mistaken for paintings at firstglance because the layers of resin create visual depth. The images themselves were often shot as abstracts and then manipulated in Photoshop before printing. A few were further manipulated by rubbing Venetian plaster into the surface of the print, which left a scuffed or modeled surface. Most of the prints are mounted on plywood and then coated with sealer before resin was applied, and then sanded to remove the sheen.
Check out more of Stuart’s work in the Featured Exhibition Gallery.