Chris Trueman’s work explores the transitory and fragile nature of representational imagery as well as the malleability and flexibility of paint. His abstractions are made by constructing new systems that combine the medium of paint with the visual aesthetic of digital and photographic imagery. His process uncovers the possibilities of how paint can articulate space, surface, time and image. Trueman has exhibited his work in numerous exhibitions in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, Chicago and internationally in Milan, Paris, Berlin, Beijing, Rotterdam and Brisbane. The Lancaster Museum of Art and History also recently presented a solo exhibition of his paintings entitled ‘Slipstream’. He is represented in Los Angeles by Edward Cella Art + Architecture, in Australia by TWFINEART, and in Washington DC by Adah Rose Gallery.
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