"I think of my creations as highlighted fractions of time standing still. My intent is to put a hold on a particular moment and emphasize on the individual fragments that it's made of. My arrangements allegorically draw the viewer into a harmonious scheme of the contradictions between light and dark."
"I've been dipping in and out of art my entire life. I started with photography of portraits and objects but ended up with abstract light from long exposure. Eventually, I moved on into acrylic paint wanting to recreate a similar abstract art with high contrast. However, I wanted to go more in-depth and expressive by incorporating human-like figures.
In my art today I like to capture the difficulties of mundanity figures. The boring, dull moments that consume the majority of our lives. I like to explore the ways that people communicate with one another and the need for acceptance in this diverse yet demanding world. This collection has always had a foundation of pleasure and rough aesthetics while maintaining minimalism and expressionism."
DuSk is an American artist from Maryland, born in 1994.
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