Rather than deliberation paint as a glass medium, San Francisco-based artist Chris Dorosz uses a normal element as a section of magnitude to form unknown sculptural portraits. At initial glance, a three-dimensional paintings review as epitome compilations of shapes, and usually once a spectator looks head-on during a mural does a tellurian figure start to emerge.
As he writes in his artist statement, Dorosz considers a paint dump to be “a form that takes figure not from a brush or any human-made exercise or gesture, though quite from a possess flexibility and a atmosphere it falls through, as equivalent to a building blocks that make adult a tellurian physique (DNA) or even a mimetic illustration (the pixel).”
Dorosz is represented by Scott Richards Contemporary Art. The apartment of 4 busts, entitled Rosh, is on view November 18, 2017 during a Muriel Guépin Gallery in New York.