Painting On Metal

Art: ‘David Dunlop: The Electric City’
“Crossing 5th Avenue,” Oil on Laminated Aluminum, 36 x 36”

David Dunlop never stops experimenting, changing, or finding new ways to communicate in his art. 

He is also a cerebral artist: He believes that Western art has been captive to the imperative of a a single focal point for centuries, which is not the way the eye actually sees. Instead the eye takes in millions of bits of visual data, including, importantly, information from the edges of a scene, then processes all of them to create what we call “form and meaning.”

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