Luminous work by Regine Schumann
Regine Schumann, 2012, Colormirror Chelsea Seven, 1-7, fluorescent and photoluminescent acrylic, 33 x 56 x 3 inches
German artist Regine Schumann has a show opening at the De Buck Gallery in New York today featuring a selection of her work in phosphorescent paint and viewable in complete darkness...
Regine Schumann, Edition Colormirror Glow Open, 48 x 8 x 12 cm
The show, entitled Luminous, will also include pieces from Schumann's ongoing Colormirror series which can apparently be experienced in light or complete darkness, illuminated by 'blacklight'. Schumann often uses a range of fluorescent and photo-luminescent acrylics to create her work.
Regine Schumann, 2011, Touch Me, plastic light strings, 118 x 39 x 24 inches
For a wider selection of her pieces from her 2011 exhibition at Galerie Lausberg in Miami, see galerie-lausberg.com.
Luminous is on at the De Buck Gallery, Suite 502, 511 W 25TH Street, New York, NY 10001 until October 25. More at debuckgallery.com.
Regine Schumann, 2010, Colormirror Glow Open B - C, fluorescent and photo luminescent acrylic, 19 x 3 1/8 x 4 3/4 inches
i'm artist too.
Your work is great!! i like it so much,
i'm glad to know about your work, i'm from Brazil.
You make me feel very inspired and touched, thanks
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