Jeff Muhs | United States


Abstract figurative

14.5"w x 21"l x 14.5"d


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    Art Description: Decommissioned Chair is conceptually related to Genzken’s cast forms and Matelli’s use of found objects, but different in the way that they construct sensual figures with iconic objects and abstract forms. Dubbing his invented process Dynamic Free Casting, Muhs pushes the limits of the concrete and his ability to control it to the absolute maximum. Utilizing cords, corsets, bikinis, motorcycles parts, saddles and shoes as objects of constraint, he molds volumes of wet concrete into shapely, seductive sculptural figures.

    Medium Used: Concrete and Corset

    Jeff Muhs | United States

    My paintings exploit and explore natural physical processes such as optics, chaos, gravity, fluid dynamics, etc. Thru the manipulation of these processes I create dynamic abstract compositions, using a highly gestural application of medium, often with multiple paintings occupying the same canvas plane, layering different process, I venture to access and harness the very nature of creation. Thru the practice of my work I endeavor to examine, challenge and expand our understanding of beauty and perception of it.
    Through the process that I have come to call ‘Dynamic Free Casting’, I have developed new methods for forming concrete, which embrace an insubordinate amount of chance given the inherent fluidity and weight of the medium.