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These Abstract Paintings Are Actually Made Of Quilled Canvas

Published 5 years ago

The Pacific-Northwest-based artist duo Stallman (Jason Hallman and Stephen Stum) stands out in the art world by creating mesmerising sculptural paintings. They meticulously roll and glue painted pieces of canvas together to form intricate patterns that from the first glance look like abstract paintings.

This artwork draws spectators’ attention because of its varying shapes and hues that give it vibrant depth, each painting offering multiple ways to look at it.

The artists are partners not only in the studio but also in life. “We create together, one acting as the right side of the brain and the other the left,” says Stallman. “This union of dynamic minds dissolves the boundaries of what is possible turning ordinary into extraordinary.”

More info: stallmanstudio.com | Facebook | Instagram (h/t: viralnova)

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Julija Televičiūtė

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