Josh Sperling’s work is the kind of art that makes you pause and try to figure out how it’s made. It also inspires all kinds of ideas as to what each abstract piece might be, kind of Rorschach-like. The New York-based artist’s work features bold, contemporary colors and structured shapes that form abstract paintings of interlocked canvases. The components of each sculptural painting are made from stacked wooden shapes with painted canvas stretched around them. The pieces then fit together into a geometric puzzle. The texture created from the stacked wood below gives each shape an extra layer of interest.
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