‘Beyond Atlas 1’ by Vincent Fink

£375.00

Artist: Vincent Fink
Title: ‘Beyond Atlas 1’
Medium: Graphite on paper
Dimensions: 9″ x 12″
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2024
Artwork Will Ship From: USA

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‘Beyond Atlas 1’ by Vincent Fink

Artist: Vincent Fink
Title: ‘Beyond Atlas 1’
Medium: Graphite on paper
Dimensions: 9″ x 12″
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2024
Artwork Will Ship From: USA

About the Artwork:

From the Atlas Metamorphosis Project, a series of drawings with the idea of what happened long after the story had eroded into the past for hundreds of years. This image features a large left over atlas beetle exoskeleton that seems to have lasted eons to get to our modern day era where this landmark is now on a street corner covered in graf fiti, resembling tattoos accumulated over time.

About the Artist:

(Artist Bio)

Vincent Fink is an award-winning artist/Renaissance Man working out of his studio in the Houston Arts District. In 2010, he began his first series, Atlas Metamorphosis, with vigorously detailed greyscale Sumi ink perspective drawings spawned from a lucid dream. He continues to push the boundaries of this medium along with Iterations, his series of Sacred Geometry surrealistic paintings. Now the two worlds are merging into a unified series of everything.

The Art Institute of Houston offered essential skills that would resurface later in Vincent’s work. Life drawing techniques and polygonal modeling taught him to mentally deconstruct everything he sees into geometric elements. After college, he started his art career as a graphic designer, where he met his wife. Around this time, he set out on his entrepreneurial journey as a self-employed artist, which he continues today.

Vincent has shown his work in museums, galleries and art centers internationally. You can read articles about him at Surrealism Today, High Brow Magazine, and dozens of other publications over the years.