Monday, October 15, 2012

Acrylic Use in Art

Artists often prefer the fancier sounding "Perspex" or "Lucite" brand names to describe their acrylic art materials.  Maybe this is also to avoid confusion with acrylic paint. Nevertheless, acrylic remains both a classic and contemporary material for new and established artists. Check out these great examples:

    Gray Acrylic --> Larry Bell, Untitled, 1969

    Anish Kapoor Untitled, 2008.
    Stainless steel,169 x 160,5 x 63 cm.
    Untitled, Acrylic cube, 70 x 70 x 69,5 cm.
    Photo. Fabrice Seixas. 
    Courtesy of the artist and kamel mennour, Paris.

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