PPG
Park Place Gallery
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Ryan DaWalt
American

Ryan DaWalt composes paintings with his fingers, sprinkling colored steel particulate onto pieces of linen fixed to magnetic plates. He considers these paintings improvisations that use science as a general guide, revealing their origins with the lines that trace the magnetic fields’ courses through the composition. DaWalt attempts to create optical experiences through the use of overlapping and intersecting geometric figures, mainly squares and triangles, citing Kasimir Malevich and Stan Brakhage as major influences.

Exhibitions
2019
ARTSCIENCEPark Place Gallery
2012
SimultaneityBlackston
Ryan DaWalt
American

“Untitled (Magnetite shaped canvas)”, 2018

Ferromagnetic soil, felt, wood
48 × 48 × 6 in
121.9 × 121.9 × 15.2 cm
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PPG
Park Place Gallery
Medium
Signature
Yes
Ryan DaWalt
American

Ryan DaWalt composes paintings with his fingers, sprinkling colored steel particulate onto pieces of linen fixed to magnetic plates. He considers these paintings improvisations that use science as a general guide, revealing their origins with the lines that trace the magnetic fields’ courses through the composition. DaWalt attempts to create optical experiences through the use of overlapping and intersecting geometric figures, mainly squares and triangles, citing Kasimir Malevich and Stan Brakhage as major influences.

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