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Are David Alfuth’ s new sculptural collage works really 3-D? Or is the architectural subject matter just fooling our eyes? To find out, you’ll have to see his new surreal collage works, Perspective, at Touchstone Gallery between October 5—30, 2016.
David’s new black and white collages reveal all the principles of good design, and all the essential elements of art. “I always add one surprising device, he muses. “This time my new collages are all three dimensional. I have created many intriguing relief sculptures as well as free standing collage sculptures.”
The American College Dictionary defines collage as a French word for a composition employing various materials, such as newspaper clippings, fragments of advertisements, and lines and color supplied by the artist. David uses special black and white imagery of architectural elements to create imaginary segments of buildings, or entire complex compositions that read as a multifaceted structure. He strives to surprise his viewers with not only unique images but also exceptional perspectives. -David Alfuth & Rosemary Luckett
David Alfuth’s Perspective show is up at Touchstone Gallery October 5—30, 2016. Opening: Friday, October 7, from 6:00 to 8:30. Gallery Hours: Wed-Fri 11-6 and Sat-Sun 12-5.
Architecture With Perspective