In the exhibition “urba(n)ation”, Ryan Bucko and Robert-Jean Ray explore the dynamics of the urban environment.
Saturday, November 10th, 6-9pm
1021 R Street Sacramento, CA 95811 USA
Friday, November 9th ~ Saturday, December 1st
Ray’s goal is to merge linear depictions of the human with collage compositions inspired by urban street graphics. Influenced by early German and Italian expressionism, his work consists primarily of diminutively-sized artwork with strong visual impact.
Bucko’s work explores the juxtaposition between abstract and architecture. In the pursuit of reducing geometry and abstraction to their purest forms, his fusing of two aesthetics continues to evolve. The structured line hovers over the nonobjective, creating a third dimension that shifts in relation to light and the viewer’s perception.