Michael Burges

“His pictures originate in a structural and systematic exploration of methods of abstract painting. He succeeds in facilitating the interaction of colour, space and energy in a wide range of completely different types of pictures such as the “Interference Paintings”, the “Refraction Paintings” ,the “Wave Paintings” or the “Hybrid Paintings”. 

Ute Riese

 

Michael Burges, “Hybrid Painting, 1997

Oil on wood

51.18 x 39.37 x 2.76 in

Price on request

Felix de Quesada at The OMC Gallery

Born in Cuba, Felix De Quesada grew up between the Cuban countryside and the city of Camaguey. In 1964, he migrated to the United States. Having never attended art classes, he taught himself to paint. In 2004, after years of painting on his own, he joined Rassouli’s “Painting With Spirit” classes at the Agape International Spiritual Center, in Culver City, California. He changed from Oil to Acrylic, a medium he has continued to use ever since. In his opinion, a painting is a physical object in the universe, more narrowly in our world, and as such it is subject to all the principles of physics applicable to objects on Earth. Check here  his latest series of “paintings, made to represent space and the space through which light moves”.

Thank you for your interest.

Rolf Goellnitz

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