Tangled Time by Andrew Werth
Medium: acrylic on aluminum composite panel
24 x 24 inches
Artist Statement: Loosely inspired by "Feynman Diagrams", the pictures invented by physicist Richard Feynman to demonstrate subatomic particle interactions where particles "are allowed to go both forward and backward in time", this painting is composed around a symmetric Turing Pattern before it reached equilibrium.
Bio: Andrew Werth has been exhibiting his philosophically-inspired “organized organic abstraction” paintings at galleries throughout the New Jersey / New York / Pennsylvania area since 2005. Highlights include solo exhibitions at The Monmouth Museum (Lincroft) and The Center for Contemporary Art (Bedminster), showing twice at Art Fair 14C in Jersey City, and various group shows in New York City, Philadelphia, Lambertville, West Windsor, and Trenton. Although his formal degrees are from Carnegie Mellon University in Computer Engineering and Information Networking, he later self-directed an arts education that drew from many of the arts institutions in New York City, including the School of Visual Arts, The New School, and the Art Students League. https://www.andrewwerth.com/
*Price subject to sales tax. No shipping.