Dysmorfofoby View 27, 2020
Acrylic on paper with passe partout
Original Painting, 42 x 32 cm
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About Robert Lardus
Robert Lardus is vegetarian, buddhist, and abstractionist. All three factors combined are rare where he comes from: the deep Midwest of the United States of America. He studied painting and then went on a long journey through Asia. This is where he started his transformation. What we see now is a full-grown artist submerged in transformative nature, influenced by biological processes, anamorphic shapes.
In some paintings, one can find search for the expressive capacities of black. He is fascinated by how black captures other colors and places them in relief, as well as by a certain mysticism coming from his way of thinking. A silent secret, how he interprets forms and finds a place for them in his art. Much remains on the side of the viewer: interpretations of mystical shapes and colors leave the onlooker in a state of uncertainty.
Robert lives in a world of forms and colors. He cultivates his individual perception of the world, looking for simple, but sumptuous beauty.
His technique is based on layers and texture paint. Robert’s artworks can be associated with richly woven renaissance tapestry in which the colors are distilled from the experiences of multiple senses.Lardus is fascinated by process painting. He invented dozens of original painting techniques. His “Humanography” combines the idea of writing abstract characters with icons depicting the human being as individual or submerged in a community.