Landscapes by Jason Anderson Blend Precise Pixelation and Hazy Abstraction

Similarly to how we aim to translate our sounds to visual abstraction, this artist pixelates landscapes into their bare cubic shapes. Likewise, the colors are vibrantly abstracted to create an improved sense of elation and contrast with the original scenes. Although our field gestalt projects limit our abstractions to black and white, the color palettes in these paintings mostly utilize primary colors while still alluding to the existence of physical structures.

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