Chuck Elliott's forthcoming exhibition of work is a brilliant explosion of geometric ideas he commits to his fascinating geometric studies. “I like the idea of contemporary abstraction as visually synonymous with the pace and dynamism of modern music.” Says the artist. Come and see for yourself.
Chuck’s images dazzle the eye with their complexity. They look like nothing else out there. Why? Because he simply has great ideas. And he uses digital manipulation to push these ideas to unimaginable new places.
Chuck Elliott has been making digital images since the late eighties. An early adopter in the digital revolution, he claims to have used the first Apple computer imported to the UK. Over the last six years his output has continued in a line of ever more fluid digital abstractions.
His work coalesces a desire to use the latest digital technologies with a strong sense of his place in the tradition of colour, space and abstract geometrical art, spanning back to Vasarely, Riley, Gabo and Kandinsky.
The latest works combine a shimmering planar surface with his trademark liquid geometries and fluid colour dynamics. New pieces take on an asymmetrical and more fluid style than his more overtly geometric earlier works. Created digitally as a series of drawings derived from sculptural forms, the images are rendered onto metallic paper and Diasec mounted.
Rhythm, repetition, harmony and line are all musical ideas that find a parallel in Chuck’s work Tim Green
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