Glen Rubsamen brings out his hyper-realism in silhouettes of trees and rocks, but works in telephone poles and lamp posts to the natural scheme of things. His paintings, at first glance, are much like underdeveloped photographic negatives set against sultry sunsets or soft dawns. But Rubsamen is equally comfortable with backdrops in acid tones of green or orange, in complete contrast to the pearly greys behind his palm trees, the difference between rose-coloured lenses and hallucinogens.
Artist: Glen Rubsamen
Love is the Plan, the Plan is Death
A tough virgin 3.5 billion years old
Marijuana and Tequila