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Russell Leng

September 13, 2011

Artist Russell Leng examines the intersection between natural and constructed landscapes by utilizing a blend of organic marks and geometric forms. 

“This is seen in a variety of ways, such as a rigid line next to a loose application of paint or gradient. I notice these relationships in nature as well; a tree breaking through a concrete sidewalk, or a housing development by a river.  I want to examine these relationships between natural and built landscapes, conjuring a new sense of place.  By confronting the viewer’s perception of landscape, I aim to question how these unceasing amalgamations change how we identify with our environments, and perceive ourselves in them.”


Russell Leng


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