Peter Bynum is a New York based artist, who developed an increasingly abstract visual language to symbolize and further convey the perceived connection between nature and human experience. Bynum creates each work by splattering, dribbling, and dropping acrylic paint onto glass and allowing it to take on its own natural structure. He then mounts the panes of glass together to form layers of shapes that create a certain depth to the otherwise flat organic forms. The glass can be placed at various distances, some so close that they almost touch, while others separated by up to one inch.
Abstract paintings depicting a range of natural elements. Using acrylic, the artist paints on sheets of tempered glass and layers them together to create the final image. The glass is lit from behind using flat-panel LEDs allowing the colors of each layer to come alive. The light is controlled by a dimmer system so the viewer can adjust the intensity to his/her liking.
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