Future conceptualism art is a type of art that focuses on ideas and concepts related to the future. This can include a wide range of media and styles, but generally, future conceptualism art is characterized by a focus on themes such as technology, progress, and the future of humanity. Paintings within the realm of future conceptualism art might depict futuristic landscapes, technology-driven scenes, or abstract visions of the future. These paintings might be highly imaginative and surreal, incorporating elements of science fiction and other speculative fiction genres. Some future conceptualism art might also incorporate elements of social or political commentary, exploring the potential consequences of current trends and developments. Overall, paintings within the realm of future conceptualism art offer a unique and thought-provoking glimpse into what the future might hold.
FUTURE CONCEPTUALISM INVESTMENT ART
Future Conceptualism is a revolutionary technique developed by Paul Ygartua. It is a technique of reverse painting on transparent plexiglass, similar to Cloisonne Enamelling. This was an ancient method of the Chinese (whose history can date back to over 500 years) whereby a single line is etched out depicting the subject matter. Then each area painted separately, creating a collage of color in a mosaic effect.
This is a complex technique, conveying a powerful presence. A mixed media mosaic cubistic style inlaid with gold or silver, creating the design and separating the colours. It is a distortion of the subject matter, an original abstract with a sculptural effect. The element of lucidity is created through color separation combining fluorescent metallics, enamels and acrylics.
This medium I developed in 1986 and continued developing this style till the early 90’s. It is just recently that I have re-entered the challenge of working with this extraordinary medium which allows me to experiment more with my design concepts creating an ultra modern effect.
All Future Conceptualism paintings,reverse painted on plexiglass, are museum quality framed (silverleaf from Spain,Italy,etc) Please note on occasion there is a reflection in the photo from the plexiglass and all borders are even. All native paintings here are on exhibit at Eagle Spirit Gallery and abstract, modern work at Ukama Gallery.
WEST COAST TOTEMS 96 x 48″ (243 x 121cm) ACRYLIC ON CANVAS
SECRET CEREMONY 46X48″ (121 x 152cm) ACRYLIC ON CANVAS
THE EAGLE SPIRIT GALLERY VANCOUVER, CANADA
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DOMINANCE REVERSE ON PLEXIGLASS 42X44″ (1O6 x 167cm)
HIDDEN TOTEMS 72X42IN(182X1O6CM) REVERSE PAINTED ON PLEXIGLASS
EAGLE SPIRIT GALLERY — with Rob Scott, owner and Paul Ygartua
YGARTUA’S ECLECTIC UNIVERSE
A MOSAIC OF IDEAS
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Ygartua’s Eclectic Universe will give you an opportunity to immerse yourself in the eclectic and multifaceted world of artist Paul Ygartua–to learn about the different techniques and the various styles experienced by the artist throughout his work.
WORKS ON EXHIBIT
Eagle Spirit Gallery 1803 Maritime Mews, Vancouver, BC Canada
Ukama Gallery 1802 Maritime Mews, Vancouver, BC Canada (Granville Island)
La Galerie Les Cercles, 65 Boulevard Carnot, 78110, Le Vesinet, Paris France
Gagliardi Gallery, 500 Kings Rd. Chelsea, London United Kingdom
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ART SHOW VERNISSAGE NOV 27 – 29th 2020, Galerie d’art-Les Cercles (Paris, France)