A 3D painting for the pioneers of 3D rendering

Tonight, my Fort Point neighbors at Neoscape are celebrating 15 years of creating breathtaking renderings, animations, interactive and design for the real estate and architecture fields. Neoscape President Rob MacLeod, and one of the pioneers in Experiential Design and Visualization, asked me to hang a few works for their celebration. He chose, “Undone”, my first experiment in cutting canvas to create a three dimensional object, for its obvious connection to Neoscape’s 3D work.

While Neoscape’s work is just plain cool and slick and mine is purposefully messy, there’s a similarity in the works…both are storytelling and an invitation to the viewer to imagine things that aren’t yet there.

Happy birthday Neoscape! 

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