Australian artist Bryan Spier’s newest exhibition, History Paintings, is a total feast of colourful geometric shapes.
The pieces have been exhibited at Sarah Scout Gallery in Melbourne.
Spier cites Dutch artist Piet Mondrian’s unfinished Victory Boogie-Woogie as a source of inspiration for the series.
“The paintings are based on shapes that have no figurative connotations, so that they focus attention on relationships of colour, contrast and repetition” explaied Bryan in an interview with The Design Files.
The beautifully clashing colours would no doubt look spectacular on the wall of just about any Illawarra property. Especially mine.
h/t The Design Files