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Artwork in glass on steel stand
042312 - Man In The Crowd
Original artwork interlayer laminated in glass panel supported by brushed steel stand. © 2012 Reese Schroeder, All Rights Reserved. SOLD

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electronic artwork of broad strokes on white background
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There in emptiness, the knowledge that nothing is there, is always wrong.

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Electronic artwork with deep reds and geometric elements.
072817 Forces
The energy between forms that ties them together, suggesting a relationship, are forces we cannot see. We can feel. They are very real. Thank you, Nejim Alkhatib

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Artwork in glass backlit with LED panel on wall
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Original artwork interlayer laminated in glass backlit with Lumisheet LED panel. © 2011 Reese Schroeder, All Rights Reserved. SOLD

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Electronic painting ink on museum paper © 2011 Reese Schroeder, All Rights Reserved. This work is available for numbered and signed print sale.

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Electronic artwork with deep red squares and rectangles
100313 Moment
The light of day before it begins, casting its presence to be known, soon. The meaning of today is here. Unfolding now.

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Electronic artwork with freehand lines and geometric shapes in orange and purple
082415 Metabolic Transformations
Recipient 2016 Antonio Cerino Award, National Juried Exhibition, PAC.

There is hope in the complexities of our magnificent world that we have the power to transform and to heal. Our body and our mind harmoniously linked with the energy that flows within us.

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Electronic artwork with purple and pink abstract flowers against dark background
070102
Electronic painting ink on museum paper © 2002 Reese Schroeder, All Rights Reserved. This work is available for numbered and signed print sale.

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Artwork in glass of abstract swirling forms in yellow and blue
042517 The Energy Defined
The source of everything that resonates from within, every moment filled with constant thought. Vibrations as ideas. It is the energy defined.

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Electronic artwork in deep blues with underwater theme
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Electronic painting ink on museum paper © 2018 Reese Schroeder, All Rights Reserved. This work is available for numbered and signed print sale.

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Electronic artwork suggesting fog on the water
021014 Water's Mist
The cold mist that hovers over waters surface, masking the deepness of its truth below, gives me pause to look further.

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Electronic artwork of bright rectangles on white
011314-1 Rectangles and Lines
I feel the interconnectivity between rectangles and lines. They are the weaving of parts and pieces together in order to make something from nothing.

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Electronic artwork of orange red motion with dark undertones
043013 - Red Canyon
Electronic painting ink on museum paper © 2013 Reese Schroeder, All Rights Reserved. This work is available for numbered and signed print sale.

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Electronic artwork laminaged in glass
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Original artwork interlayer laminated in glass panel installed at private residence. © 2001 Reese Schroeder, All Rights Reserved. SOLD

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Art rug concept for a residence.

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An electronic painting on museum paper
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Electronic painting ink on museum paper © 2016 Reese Schroeder, All Rights Reserved. This work is available for numbered and signed print sale.

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A 16 foot long wall mural by Reese Schroeder
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Electronic painting for wall mural: 16' long. Unrealized. Possibly available in smaller editions. Please let me know.

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new media artwork in blue
022319-1 Winter's Breath
A cold winter day. A sense of wonder. Colors breathe subtle moments of melancholy as forms are created by light and shadow in magnificent hues. Remembering.

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new media artwork in red
030219-1 Fragmented Geometries
Geometries cast out of forms from architecturalisms as diagrams projecting themselves against the fragmented background, evolving as something from nothing.

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new media artwork in yellow
031419 The Diagram
The intersection between linear and non-linear thought is an architecture integrating with art, where contradictions in forms collaborate. Their coexistence builds on the unity of their differences. Their motivations are obscure, but their reality is the same.

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Artwork in blue
040719-1 Moonlit Landscape
Across the darkened sky the landscape appears crafted by man and moonlight. Architectural forms become moving forces, changing shapes as the moonlit sky effects its own decisions.

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electronic painting of light reflections on water
042319-1 Fluidity
Looking across the imagined water in my minds eye, reflections of unknown forms moving about, illusions of motion questioning, what, if anything is real.

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electronic artwork looking at rigid relative forms and how they interact with irrelevant chaotic noise, such as might be experienced in harmony while listening to music
050319 The Shape of Music
Rigid forms interacting with irrelevant chaotic noise, as discordant harmony while listening to music. Music is the voice for architecture and art. Static noise is beautiful when layered with arrhythmic forms.

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electronically created sunset in red
041019 Sun Setting
Darkness, created by the absence of light. We look into the transformation occurring in front of us. Creating something real from something that is not. The story will be told again tomorrow.

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an opinion piece that supposes all lines are individually motivated to contribute to a purpose, here being nothing more than to be together. #nonobjectiveart #newmediaart #contemporaryart #blue #modernart #liquidoranges #reeseschroeder #purple #lines #artform
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An opinion piece that supposes all lines are individually motivated to contribute to a purpose, here being nothing more than to be together. #nonobjectiveart #newmediaart #contemporaryart #blue #modernart #liquidoranges #reeseschroeder #purple #lines #artform

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an electronic painting in yellow #newmediaart #contemporaryart #modernart #liquidoranges #reeseschroeder #electronicarts #yellow #electronicpainting
060819 Electronic Directions
Sometimes I cannot see where I am going because I am still struggling with where I have been.

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Colorado Mountains
021621-Colorado
Created for a couple currently serving in the United States Space Force in Colorado.

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031719 Fragments of Dusk
I looked up to see the evening sky falling toward earths dusk, when the days light breaks into pieces of glorious evening. To see it is to be given a gift.

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#electronicarts #electronicmusic #newmedia #newmediaart #contemporaryart #nonobjectiveart #yellow #liquidoranges #reeseschroeder
081819 - Conflict
Out of the ethereal light, a backdrop to the scene, pure vectors and unforgiving geometries contrast with the fragmentation of everything around them, as the structural tension of the fabric in this moment.

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Electronic artwork printed on museum paper.
091119 Electric Rembrandt
The quality of light, its evocative moment captured, the Dutch Masters knew. It is a modernist’s obligation, from inspiration and respect.

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010420 - Dancer
The celebration of organic movement. The dancer conveys the assembly and composition of forms in continuous time.

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090119 Ancient Modernism
There is an ancient calling of modernism, found in the caves of France, drawn out on the walls for eternal remembrance, alive today just as it was then. Their voices lost but their art is not.

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021720 - Gazing Ball
Staring into endless thought for awhile, like a Victorian gazing ball, many visual nuances become abstract thought, telling the story of my life I never knew.

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041420 Out of the Past
Reflections across the surface of time, projecting mirages of tangential objects I don’t understand. They influence me. I know they don’t exist, but there they are.

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electronic painting
012321 - Faces
A work looking into these unsettling times and the concerns for what is real.

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050820 - Change
As much as I fear change I know it is always coming. Feeling the movement of time shifting beneath me, change is felt in the air’s voices, whispering.

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052520 Open Door
Pieces of life lived begin to pass through toward a reconstitution, a morphemic regeneration as something new, as a new language.

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electronic artwork
061720 Reflections
Deep into the water, witness to its grasp, of the reflections it offers. Ever changing with the light, the waters glimpse of what it projects is transmissive in its presentation.

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beruit
070720 Beirut
The lives of thousands were forever changed by the acts of a few. Sorrow and disbelief.

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#techspressionism
090320 Electric Drop Cloth
Capturing the missed stroke, cast away thought, electronic spill, interpreted as a story all its own, the collection of digital waste becomes the message I need to hear.

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#techspressionism
091820 Unexpected Form
When the lines are drawn, and the shadows are cast, our darkness becomes our light, and our emptiness is really quite full.

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111520 Between Light and Shadow
Where architecture disrupts light to cast shadows.
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Reese, Well...wow! I don't know how to tell you how absolutely perfect - how thrilled I am - with your artwork.
MT, March 2018
Delicate, diaphanous, elegant! Great work!
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Emmanuel Bancesco, Vice President CallisonRTKL
Reese…the work speaks for itself. Glad to have first seen your work way back on Elmwood Avenue...
Kenneth J. Filarski FAIA
Artist Statement
The relationship between art and architecture is the essence 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 the practice of architectural form ends my artwork begins, pulling and pushing beyond the box as a deeper exploration of elements.

My work is grounded in my architect's perspective of physical form, its response to surroundings, and my artist's eye toward interpretation of those moments. I want people to see how architectural concepts are the beginnings of greater artistic expression. The influence of experiential electronic music encourages my visualization of transposing the rigidity of architecture into a modern art form, demonstrating 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 are in contrast to the rasterized fragmentation of everything around them, creating the structural tension between linear and nonlinear experimentation in the work. Finished works are produced as archival pigment prints on fine art papers, architectural art glass, or fine art hand tufted rugs.

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