Ryan Browning's paintings consist of ambient geometric forms in landscapes that make me think of Caspar Friedrich.  Mind you, this is only a mild reference as Browning creates three dimensional shapes that intervene with the environment rather than glorify it.  Its not to say that Browning's work is violent because there exists a playful melody which perpetuates their growth.  I don't know how many of you have ever grown sugar crystals in flasks, but the same effect is translating.  These forms are alive: moving, pulsating and free.

Take a look at more of his work,especially his sculptures at http://www.ryanbrowning.com/


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