Todd Schulz, Geometric Emancipation painting

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I really dig this Geometric Emancipation painting by Canadian artist Todd Schulz. It’s acrylic on paper, and part of a series of he calls Passages, where he uses cutouts to accentuate the shapes.

First of all, I am totally into geometric shapes; and I love the cool, ultramarine color theme.

An exquisite simplicity, if you ask me.

For the past 20 years he’s been creating non-objective abstract artworks to explore transcendentalism.

The inherent objectless architectonic harmony of my pictures was devised as a solution to the burdens of modernity (being restlessness and relentless distraction.)

These works aim to both puzzle and engage the eye of the viewer while minimizing distraction. My hope is that the observer becomes entranced leaving one’s heart agape so his/her attention can gracefully settle into experiencing the ineffable witness state.

Todd is in the Saatchi gallery. He lives and works in British Columbia, Canada. If you dig this as much as I do, here is my special link to purchase.

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