Traditional landscape imagery reworked, cut up and re-arranged to form a visual rhythm.
My background is in music and throughout my visual art practice I have always been fascinated by how music is both a visual and a mathematical phenomenon. The cut up canvas is mounted on a carved-out board. This both adds a three dimensional plane to the artwork and also serves as "counterpoint" of sorts in this rhythmic construction.
I like to bring together the warm, innocent, and nostalgic feel of "thrift store" paintings against the calculated modern approach in constructing the final piece.
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Printed on a medium-heavy matte paper using archival inks.
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- Replica prints of artist's oiginal work.
- These paintings are altered or reworked existing pieces of unsigned decorative artworks. These types of paintings became popular in the early 70s, and made hugely popular by artists and teachers, such as Bob Ross. Now commonly found in second hand charity shops.
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Baldvin Ringsted is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Glasgow, Scotland. Moving between image and sound, his works focus on points of transition, exploring the relationship between formal properties of music and its cultural history and development. The artist‘s practice crosses a range of media – he deftly transforms sound and music into visual and physical forms, both literally and idealistically through collage, sculpture, painting, installation, and video. Often taking these varied forms of sculptural installations, sound pieces, or works on paper - Ringsted’s artworks draw upon his experience as a musician.View more details