Color on White
This series by Kevin Bohner consists of four sculptures utilizing bent metal with color and white concrete pedestals. Represented are blue, orange, green and teal. Measuring approximately 7-9ft in height and weighing +/-450lbs per sculpture.
These sculptures are about a color and the impact it makes on you when viewing the piece in its entirety. The white concrete is soft and resembles anything but concrete. The composition of the two hard materials: concrete and steel, brings forth an idea of stretching the expectations of your imagination. These materials have their purpose, however, look closer and you can see that color and form alters your perspective.
Urban Aggregates: The Times Square Series
You can't believe your eyes. It looks like Photoshop manipulation but it's not. These photographs of Times Square by Tom Peck are each a single shot of a real place in a single moment in time. Each composition is evenly filled with dramatic urban detail. These overlapping planes of buildings, signs and vehicles flatten into an abstract pattern, yet all the drama, detail and chaos of Times Square is revealed. This series was shot in NYC from 2006-2010.