Artist Profile

Stefan Dunlop: Process Painter of Fragmented Art

Stefan Dunlop’s artworks enigmatically turn the elements of visual design on their head. Compositions of collage fragment and tend toward abstraction. Illusionistic space collides with the flat surface of the canvas. Figures and objects appear to protrude out to a fourth dimension. Strong diagonal lines and pyramid shapes arrest the viewer and visually defy gravity. Poetic licence is at play as colours of the Renaissance complement rather than obey nature.

Dunlop contextualises his

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