CLUSTERS OF WHO WE WERE SERIES
A new series of paintings inspired by the dreamworld of the human mind. The artist tried to capture the visionary world of dreams and human thoughts. As dream images frequently appear in clusters, he decided to separate his images from each other rather than to present them in one undivided picture. His ultimate goal is, to let the objects of his painting escape from there canvases like dreams without borders.
Acrylics on canvas on panel - 108x83cm
Acrylics on canvas on panel - 118x115cm
Acrylics on canvas on panel - 108x134cm
Acrylics on canvas on panel - 168x170cm
"Ellis Island" tryptich
Acrylics on canvas on panel - 134x53,5cm - 134x55cm - 134x69,5cm
"I Capeman, with my outfit of memories to save the world" four-panel
Acrylics on canvas on panel - 21x67cm - 23x67cm - 57x40,5cm - 33x50,5cm
"Crime scene" Triptych
Acrylics on canvas on panel - 85x154,5cm - 60x154,5cm - 53x154,5cm
Acrylics on canvas on panel - 56x77cm - 69x77cm- 43x129cm
"Roots disappearing" Four-panel
Acrylics on canvas on panel - 18x184cm - 30x60cm - 30x73cm - 30x46cm
"Rebelious jumpers" Triptych
Acrylics on canvas on panel - 50x151cm - 60x151cm - 55x151cm
His recent work is inspired by pictures of his past en the human limitations. In his latest series he restricts his subjects by immobilizing some of their limbs into transparent boxes or covering them in materials. This way, he wants to experience the viewer with the limitations of contemporary man. The limitations of thought, seeing, walking, feeling, smelling and experience. His goal is to inspire the viewer to create their own story by watching his work.
Since some time he involves printing techniques within his daily work. And as he says himself, „these are my most honest works were every mistake can be fatal”. He uses his print-work as study material for large scale paintings and settings.
Lucas Cann (1959) lives and works in Destelbergen (Belgium). He exhibits his work in numerous of prominent art fairs such as, Art Breda, Cologne Fine Art, BAD (Belgium Art and Design), ACAF Brussels BOZAR, Spring Art fair Brussels and other events national and International.
ACAF 2018 - BOZAR, Brussels - 4-7 October
PRIVATE PREVIEW NIGHT - October 4 - HOSTED by American Express
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2018 Acrylics on paper 29,5x26cm
REVISITING THE MASTERS SERIES
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LUCAS CANN ART
9070 Destelbergen, Belgium
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