Thursday, August 16, 2012
There's no doubt that Karl Hyde pretty much lets loose when he paints using calligraphic gestures and graffiti stylings. Sometimes he uses normal supports, like this piece on watercolor paper, but he's been known to just grab pieces of cardboard or whatever else catches his fancy. As for mediums, he stretches things a bit and shows us the possibilities of unusual products and procedures.
This image (and more) is from an interview at abstract critical.
You'll see some interesting works on his page at Bernard Jacobson Gallery and installation shots from his Exhibition. (be sure to click on the e-catalogue at the top of the page)
You'll find a very interesting work at White Hot Magazine.
But the best overview of his oeuvre is his Flickr stream with 84 pics.