- Hugh Fathers
About the Exhibition
Hugh Fathers solo exhibition
Hugh Fathers uses Bryce 3D software to create geometric and three dimensional, reflective objects that challenge one's sense of reality.
3D software does not the artist make. It can take years of practice before creating a work that stands up to art world scrutiny.
Tripple Jack is the result of Hugh's fascination with what he calls "low-tech in the realm of 3D". That is reflection and refraction. The work is remarkable for its subtle coloring and graphic appeal, and was very popular with guests at his solo.
A fine pair of abstracts, Phase 4 and Phase 1, are suspended, eliptical shapes that hint of another party in the room, keeping watch.
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