Posted: May 9, 2013 Filed under: 627 Queen St. West, NF Artists, NF Events, NF News, Norman Felix Artists, Thoughts on Art, Toronto Art Events, Toronto Artists, Uncategorized
“I create images of architecture that are extraordinary in their minimalism and simplicity. They are composed of everyday objects: doors, stairs, windows, etc”.
“Each composition contains a solitary scale giving element. These allow the viewer to establish an understanding and relationship to the proportions of the space depicted. These human use items also draw the viewer in to the image, as a participant.
In keeping with the stark simplicity of the compositions, all ornament and decoration have been eliminated.
The images are pregnant with potential: one wonders what lies beyond the bounds of the space, what action is about to unfold.
The pictures are brilliantly hued and filled with a radiant light.
Delicate shadings and gradations of color play across surfaces to amplify the simplicity of their surroundings.
The resulting spaces depicted are spare but profound, compact yet expansive”.
Title: Sliced Stair