About the work
Two entirely different hues of reddish progressive expansions (at the upper and lower end) were used as an attempt to generate a kind of contrast within a context of similarity. In addition, chromatic scales were densely structured to produce a gradation of light and color that moves toward a horizontal line of vanishing points, suggesting an inward motion.
About the artist
Michaelis Karaiskos (b.1979 in Paphos, Cyprus) is a London-based visual artist who works across painting, sculpture, installation, and critical writing. He holds a BA in Mechanical Engineering and an MA in Fine Arts. His multilayered work that masters light through abstraction, reveals an innovative use of materials from brush and color pigment to oil, gouache, thread, and other creative resources. He currently attends the MFA Fine Art program at Goldsmiths College, London.