Delicate, diaphanous, elegant! Great work!
(022319-1)
Emmanuel Bancesco, Vice President CallisonRTKL
Reese, Well...wow! I don't know how to tell you how absolutely perfect - how thrilled I am - with your artwork.
MT, March 2018
Reeseā€¦the work speaks for itself. Glad to have first seen your work way back on Elmwood Avenue...
Kenneth J. Filarski FAIA
About My Work:

The influences of architectural forms and spaces as art is the foundation of my work as I see art evolving harmoniously from the formalism of design. Delineating spaces and defining dynamic geometries as the basis for artistic experimentation.  Where architectural expression ends, my pursuit of pattern language begins, pulling and pushing beyond the box as a deeper exploration of elements. The work is inspired from the impact of physical forms, their responses to surroundings, defined through my artist’s eye toward translation of those forms as patterns.  Fundamental to all that we see, hear, and do, patterns provide structure to our ability to see and feel the emotionalism of creative abstraction.
 
My work seeks to influence how design pattern concepts evolve into greater artistic expression.   Predictable elements reinforce the visualization of transposing the rigidity of architecture into a modern art form, validating how these creative forces interrelate, inspiring further examination of how linear forms are the foundation for true nonlinear expression.
 
My work is a technology art electronically painted on the computer working with a variety of software and hardware.  From a blank screen I begin by exploring elements, textures, and lines visualized and invented in the moment.  Electronic media allows mixing both raster and vector components in layers where I manipulate the attributes of each for different reactions within a work. Pure vectors and pure geometries contrast with the rasterized fragmentation of everything around them, creating the structural tension between linear and nonlinear experimentation in the work. I choose whether to produce as archival pigment on artist canvas, on fine art papers, and as dye-sublimation transfer to aluminum sheet.

Original artworks painted using digital technologies produced as archival pigment prints on fine art stretched canvas and museum papers by Gary Kerr, Master Printmaker, and as dye-sublimation transfer to aluminum sheet, signed, titled, and numbered by the artist. Currently, all artwork is limited to editions of 10 (ten). Click on an image to see a larger preview. If you are interested in purchasing a work, please email me with the artwork number and title. Similar to the photographer's original negative, each artwork printed from my digital file is considered an original work.

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The Architecture of Thought
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Circles
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Sunlight On The Water
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I See Music I Hear Color
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Intersections
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Soul and the Machine
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Complexity
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Contradiction at Dusk
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Boxes
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Inversion
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Desert Pattern I
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Summer
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Future Dawn II
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Night Lights in The City
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Free Fall
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Lattice
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Summer Solstice
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It was late one afternoon down by the pond.
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Desert Springtime
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Blue-Suede
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Fibers
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Puff
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Lucious
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Punched Ticket
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Synthesis
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First-Light
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Shards
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Metropolis
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Form and Pattern
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It Plays A Little Melody
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Inside Out
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Urbanism
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Birds
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Up and Down
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San Andreas
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Confetti
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Alone
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The Dance
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Dusk Sky
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Pieces
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Brocade (note 4)
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That Day
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Palm Trees
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Together
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Colorado
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Red Serenity
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Faces (note 1, 2)
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Scratched Surface
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Bougainvillea Surrounds Me
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Red Linen
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California
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Open Door
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Reflections
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Electric Drop Cloth
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Unexpected Form (Note 5)
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Out of the Past
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Change
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Dancer
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Spark
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Sun Setting
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Fragments of Dusk
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Conflict
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Ancient Modernism
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Rectangles and Lines
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Concept-1
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Winter's Breath
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Fragmented Geometries
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Architectural Interactions
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Moonlit Landscape
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Fluidity
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The Shape of Music
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Forces
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Stained Glass
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Moment
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Metabolic Transformations (note 3)
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Flowers
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The Energy Defined
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Water's Mist
NOTES
1. Selected from 990 submissions as 1 of 8 awarded works: Marin Society of Artists, San Rafael, CA 2021 Visions
2. Selected for exhibition by Rancho Mirage Cultural Commission 2021 Artists Show 2021.
3. High Honor Award: Antonio Cirino Award, All Media National Open Juried Show, Providence Art Club, Providence RI, 2016
4. Selected for the grand opening fundraiser at the Artists Center, Palm Desert, CA. NEXUX Exhibition is from October 15 through November 21, 2021.
5. Selected rom 1200 artworks for the first Techspressionism International Exhibition, 2021

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