Storm, oil on canvas and matte latex paint on wall
Storm, oil on canvas and matte latex paint on wall

Chroma Complex, a body of work exhibited at Lionel Rombach Gallery in Tucson, AZ in 2018, embodies the visually deceptive qualities of color within two-dimensional spaces. Various colorful planes are paired with reflective surfaces, producing images that continuously shift and merge as the viewer moves through the gallery. Through painted walls, shadows, and reflections the work addresses the space beyond its edges, highlighting its physical presence. By synchronizing movement and perspective, the show emphasizes the experiential and ephemeral nature of color within our surroundings.

Lush
Lush

2018, oil on canvas and matte latex paint on wall

Storm Channel
Storm Channel

2018, wall installation: oil on canvas, matte latex paint, metal, and reflective paper

Luscious Rear View
Luscious Rear View

2018, wall installation: oil on canvas, matte latex paint, metal, magnets, and mirror

Storm Channel
Storm Channel
Storm Channel (install shot)
Storm Channel (install shot)

2018

Channel
Channel

2018, metal, magnets, and reflective paper. Because of its reflective qualities, Channel’s appearance is dependent on what is surrounding it and where the viewer is standing.

Storm Channel
Storm Channel

2018

Storm Channel (detail)
Storm Channel (detail)

2018

Rear View
Rear View

2018, sheet metal, mirror, magnets. Similar to Channel, because of its reflective qualities Rear View’s appearance is dependent on what is surrounding it and where the viewer is standing.

Luscious Rear View
Luscious Rear View

2018

Rear View reflecting Storm
Rear View reflecting Storm

2018

Rear View reflecting Softly
Rear View reflecting Softly

2018

Metal Sky
Metal Sky

2018, Rear View paired with Softly, faux mink on panel

Softly
Softly

2018, faux mink on panel. Softly is an interactive piece. Due to it’s texture its appearance is dependent on touch and perspective.

Sink
Sink

2018, faux mink on panel, matte latex paint on wall. Like Softly, Sink is an interactive piece. Due to it’s texture its appearance is dependent on touch and perspective.

Sink (side view)
Sink (side view)

2018

Tinge
Tinge

2018, color-shifting vinyl on metal. Because of its color shifting qualities, Tinge changes colors as the viewer moves around it and takes on a variety of appearances.

Tinge
Tinge

2018

Tinge
Tinge

2018

Tinge
Tinge

2018

Dive
Dive

2018, color-shifting vinyl, plexiglass, sheet metal, and copper. Like Tinge, Dive also continuously changes color depending on where the viewer is standing.

Dive
Dive

2018

Dive (detail)
Dive (detail)

2018

Split
Split

2018, plexiglass, acrylic paint, metal, magnets, and color-shifting vinyl.

Split
Split

2018

Split (side view)
Split (side view)

2018

Sink and Lights Off
Sink and Lights Off

2018, install shot

Tinge, Sink, and Lights Off
Tinge, Sink, and Lights Off

2018, install shot

LushandStorm.jpg
Install1.jpg
Storm, oil on canvas and matte latex paint on wall
Lush
Storm Channel
Luscious Rear View
Storm Channel
Storm Channel (install shot)
Channel
Storm Channel
Storm Channel (detail)
Rear View
Luscious Rear View
Rear View reflecting Storm
Rear View reflecting Softly
Metal Sky
Softly
Sink
Sink (side view)
Tinge
Tinge
Tinge
Tinge
Dive
Dive
Dive (detail)
Split
Split
Split (side view)
Sink and Lights Off
Tinge, Sink, and Lights Off
LushandStorm.jpg
Install1.jpg
Storm, oil on canvas and matte latex paint on wall

Chroma Complex, a body of work exhibited at Lionel Rombach Gallery in Tucson, AZ in 2018, embodies the visually deceptive qualities of color within two-dimensional spaces. Various colorful planes are paired with reflective surfaces, producing images that continuously shift and merge as the viewer moves through the gallery. Through painted walls, shadows, and reflections the work addresses the space beyond its edges, highlighting its physical presence. By synchronizing movement and perspective, the show emphasizes the experiential and ephemeral nature of color within our surroundings.

Lush

2018, oil on canvas and matte latex paint on wall

Storm Channel

2018, wall installation: oil on canvas, matte latex paint, metal, and reflective paper

Luscious Rear View

2018, wall installation: oil on canvas, matte latex paint, metal, magnets, and mirror

Storm Channel
Storm Channel (install shot)

2018

Channel

2018, metal, magnets, and reflective paper. Because of its reflective qualities, Channel’s appearance is dependent on what is surrounding it and where the viewer is standing.

Storm Channel

2018

Storm Channel (detail)

2018

Rear View

2018, sheet metal, mirror, magnets. Similar to Channel, because of its reflective qualities Rear View’s appearance is dependent on what is surrounding it and where the viewer is standing.

Luscious Rear View

2018

Rear View reflecting Storm

2018

Rear View reflecting Softly

2018

Metal Sky

2018, Rear View paired with Softly, faux mink on panel

Softly

2018, faux mink on panel. Softly is an interactive piece. Due to it’s texture its appearance is dependent on touch and perspective.

Sink

2018, faux mink on panel, matte latex paint on wall. Like Softly, Sink is an interactive piece. Due to it’s texture its appearance is dependent on touch and perspective.

Sink (side view)

2018

Tinge

2018, color-shifting vinyl on metal. Because of its color shifting qualities, Tinge changes colors as the viewer moves around it and takes on a variety of appearances.

Tinge

2018

Tinge

2018

Tinge

2018

Dive

2018, color-shifting vinyl, plexiglass, sheet metal, and copper. Like Tinge, Dive also continuously changes color depending on where the viewer is standing.

Dive

2018

Dive (detail)

2018

Split

2018, plexiglass, acrylic paint, metal, magnets, and color-shifting vinyl.

Split

2018

Split (side view)

2018

Sink and Lights Off

2018, install shot

Tinge, Sink, and Lights Off

2018, install shot

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