Thursday, November 20

Julian Duron

Julian Duron makes bright and strange landscapes that look like a train-wreck of the natural world. Mountains look like jeweled stacks of crystals, logs resemble stovepipes or pieces of a Braque work. It's an imaginary world, but it's colors and forms give it great energy. I like his work for these reasons. Here is a statement from his site: "Landscapes and other works shown on this site have evolved based on the places I have lived, and the people that I have met utilizing simplistic and minimal use of color in my earlier work to more complex palettes and rigorous processes which can be seen in my most recent collection."

(via the Post Family)

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