If painting a woman feels rewarding in the brain of men, then Sam Clayberger has milked it for many years. Through his Evolution as an artist, it is evident that he doesn’t negate the design at hand, he augments it. 

His demonstrative mastery of color and line is deployed unconventionally. These beautiful images honor the women with imperfect curves and noble lines. 

How is Sam able to hack into his inner optical hardware? 

His vision of color and light is limitless. You can actually see ‘unseeable’ colors.

curators: Chuck Swensen & Mishelle Moross

The exhibit will be up until July 16th stay tuned for another event as we come closer to the end.

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