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Chris Natrop

Into the Silver See-through (Landing Nowhere else), 2006
20ft x 20ft x 14ft, watercolor, iridescent medium, green tea, tape on cut paper with thread and nylon netting

I learnt about Chris Natrop from laissezfaire, an all time favourite blog of mine!

Chris' work is a response to the unseen forces that shape lives. He uses "landscape" as a language to reshape hidden factors into explicit formations. The artist who graduated from B.F.A. School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 1993, makes fleeting elements opaque by visualising the invisible. The results are ethereal creations that are hauntingly beautiful - familiar yet like nothing you have seen before. Oh, don't we love the seduction of the sublime.

Into the Silver See-through, 2006
30ft x 19ft, tape on cut paper with stainless steel nails

Detail of Fern Space Burst, 2004
10ft x 8ft x 8ft, hand cut paper, colored ink, watercolor, irredescent medium, thread, pushpins

[images and text extracted from Chris Natrop . Thank you Chris!]

Chris Natrop's Studio is located at 2121 N. San Fernando Ave, Unit #15, Los Angeles, CA 90065. For more information, visit Chris Natrop

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