Christopher Kaspar


For the past few years I have been pushing the boundaries and meaning of what

Painting and Photography can be. I want to push the ideas of what a photograph is and how painting can play a part in the manipulation of traditional black and white photography. I do not use traditional cropping. Purposely leaving a portion of the photo blank gives me the space and opportunity to change the photograph into something else. I use acrylic paint, ink, marker, and bleach to manipulate the photograph. The work you see before you is a collection of artworks that use these techniques to manipulate the photograph.

previous Brandt Gallery exhibits:
Mirrored Images, February 2009
Juxtaposition November 2010

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