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MEDIUM

Mixed Media, Steel on Wood

DIMENSIONS (H x W)

24 x 36 in
61 x 91 cm

ARTWORK LOCATION

Artspace Warehouse LA (Upon Request)

US$ 1,400

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Ryan Shane Owen's three-dimensional hanging abstract sculptures are done in a relief style with mixed mediums. Inspired by architecture, landscape, and geological formations, these compositions are evocative of macro and microcosms. With a flavor of retro-futurism, they suggest a merging of nature and technology, blurring the line between positive and negative space. They use angles and perspective to illustrate an interplay between randomness and pattern, form and color. The surfaces are juxtaposed with a worn, metallic patina and influenced by movement, motion, and the lines of dance and music.

The three-dimensional surface of this 24 inch tall by 36 inch wide artwork is created with paper mache, metal, metallic acrylic paint and other media. The sculptural grey elements protrude beyond the back of the artwork, but are set inside the framework of the piece. The sides are painted black. It is signed on the back by the artist. It is framed, wired and ready to hang. Free local Los Angeles area delivery. Affordable US and worldwide shipping. A certificate of authenticity is included.

Ryan Shane Owen is an artist and musician from Vancouver, BC. Heavily influenced by the dynamics and expression of musical composition, Ryan’s works capture movement in stillness and sound in silence. Early on, Ryan’s curiosity for nature led to an effervescent, artistic expression characterized by action, energy and progression. His works are represented by Artspace Warehouse Los Angeles and have been exhibited and collected in the US and Canada.

Ryan is inspired by many aspects of the arts including music and dance, architecture, calligraphy, textiles, fashion, op art, cubism, art deco, art nouveau, abstract expressionism and impressionism. He has worked in various mediums including illustration, silk screening, oil painting, sculpture, and video. For Ryan Shane Owen, the “harmonies of life” shape the foundation for creative interpretation through a fusion of sound and space.

Merging aspects of the sculptural with the pictorial, his artworks grew out of an experimentation with leftover scraps from building construction and a childhood propensity for puzzles. Constructed with metal, wood, cardboard, paper, glue, and acrylic, oil and enamel/spray paint, the pieces incorporate the artists experience with techniques such as paper mache, sewing, and woodworking.


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Ryan Shane Owen

Ryan Shane Owen is an artist and musician from Vancouver, BC. Heavily influenced by the dynamics and expression of musical composition, Ryan’s works capture movement in stillness and sound in silence. Early on, Ryan’s curiosity for nature led to an effervescent, artistic expression characterized by action, energy and progression.

Owen is inspired by many aspects of the arts including music and dance, architecture, calligraphy, textiles, fashion, op art, cubism, art deco, art nouveau, abstract expressionism and impressionism. He has worked in various mediums including illustration, silk screening, oil painting, sculpture, and video. For Ryan Shane Owen, the “harmonies of life” shape the foundation for creative interpretation through a fusion of sound and space.

The three-dimensional hanging abstract sculptures are created in a relief style with mixed mediums. Inspired by architecture, landscape, and geological formations, these compositions are evocative of macro and microcosms. With a flavor of retro-futurism, they suggest a merging of nature and technology, blurring the line between positive and negative space. They use angles and perspective to illustrate an interplay between randomness and pattern. The smooth surfaces are juxtaposed with a worn, metallic patina and influenced by movement, motion, and the lines of dance and music.


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