“The viewer is enticed into labyrinthine worlds of intersecting forms and vectors.”

Globus describes himself as an artist, photographer, inventor, and deep thinker, began his artistic career creating light shows in the 1960s, and with his two brothers created “The Museum of the Media” in the early 1970s. He helped invent the “servo-scan” camera which – with the aid of a computer – could not only take panoramic photography but create images of time. He became well known with this one of a kind camera. These paintings are created both on the computer and by my hand by means of a stylist/tablet. In the rendering of the images, I rely on this modern tool, the palette today’s technology. As I create my shapes, explore multiple dimensions and layers, work with shading, highlights and shadows, I am ever conscious of classical traditions of art.


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