David Dunlop: Recent work
David Dunlop doesn't just capture the effects of light, he creates them. As the viewer changes positions in front of each painting, whether the subject is Times Square or a woodland creek, the light and color of the painting literally change before one's eyes. This effect is accomplished with a signature technique of the artist, using translucent oil paints on aluminum. Light reflects off the works as it would off the subjects that they capture, resulting in an exhibit of living, moving images.
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Raleigh, NC 27601
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