California-based visual artist Huntz Liu is recognized for his fine paper creations. Using a straight edge and knife, Liu meticulously slices layered paper of various colors to reveal geometric and abstract compositions.
“These compositions are comprised of shapes that sit on different planes, creating literal depth, while the composition itself creates a perceived depth,” said Liu in a statement. “It is this intersection of the literal and perceived that informs the work; where the absence of material reveal form and the casting of shadow create the line.”
The artist will soon launch a solo exhibition entitled “Paper Cuts” featuring new original artworks at Giant Robot in Los Angeles. The show will be on view starting February 16 up until March 6. Head over to Huntz Liu’s official website to view more projects.
In other art stories, emerging NYC-based artist James Evans will debut photorealistic oil paintings for an upcoming show at Spring Place entitled “It’s Fun in the End.”
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