"The Pleasant Plunder"
by sabine7 / March 27, 2007
Nathan Spoor paints hauntingly beautiful landscapes that feel like a repressed memory or a distant dream. Spoor’s hues and shading, the lights and darks, are such that one feels that something is lurking under the surface, behind a tree or beneath the waves of licorice string. His surrealist style makes it impossible to avoid mention of the delicious hints of Magritte and Dalì. Cool blues, purples and greens set the scene for mysterious adventures that we can only guess at.

Artist: Nathan Spoor
+ nathanspoor.com

Nathan Spoor’s new show The Virgins of Consequence opens at the M Modern Gallery in Las Vegas on April 6th.


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