Kasper Raglus: Tidal

9 April

May 5, 2024

Aster + Asha Gallery (Online)

Tidal continues Kasper’s dedication to exploring line, colour and form through his unique geometric abstractions. Presenting a view into other worlds, these paintings rise and fall, they ebb and flow, push and pull, much like the tides of the sea.

A master of precision, Kasper’s paintings offer reflective spaces and moments of stillness. Established through a clever use of perspective, the works also exhibit his deft handling of positive and negative space. In an echo of a low tide, several of the works feature a restrained palette of cool grey, white and black. Whilst the remaining works contain the bold hues for which the artist is known, conjuring realms filled with colour.

Kasper has presented his work in numerous solo and group exhibitions across the nation. He been recognised for his practice through his selection as a finalist in the Muswellbrook Art Prize in 2020 and the Fisher’s Ghost Art Award in 2019.

 

Image:  Kasper Raglus   Chances 2024   oil and acrylic on birch plyboard   50 x 50 cm

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