Perspective corner

Perspective Corner

Piece description from the artist

This 1980s masterpiece is a mesmerizing exploration of abstract perspective. The composition commences in the lower left corner with a rich tapestry of earthy greens and browns, gradually converging towards an enigmatic vanishing point in the upper right. The interplay of these natural hues evokes a sense of depth, drawing the viewer into an elusive realm where the known blurs into the unknown. As the eye navigates this intricate journey, it encounters a profound sense of movement and mystery, encapsulating the essence of both the era and the abstract form. This artwork is a visual symphony of exploration, encapsulating the spirit of the 1980s with timeless intrigue.

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About Samuel Leopold

Lowell, IN

Samuel Leopold's first gallery appearance occurred at age 15 at the prestigious Gasperi Gallery in New Orleans. Just one year later, Leopold competed against numerous other student artists in southeast Louisiana to win a place in the United States Capitol Building through the 6th Annual Congressional Art Competition. His painting hung in the Capitol for two years. After ranking in several more North American competitions, Leopold was a finalist in the worldwide 10th Hyogo International Competition of Painting. His painting exhibited at Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art, in Kobe, Japan.

Leopold has exhibited his work in hundreds of competitions and galleries across the country and around the world. Presently, more than 100 of his paintings are in collections in locations including Berlin, Geneva, Jerusalem, Paris, and Tokyo.
Samuel Leopold grew up along the banks of the Mississippi in New Orleans and was introduced to painting in oils at age nine. As a teenager, Leopold debuted at the Gasperi Gallery and also represented his congressional district in the 6th Annual Congressional Art Competition, exhibiting at the U.S. Capitol Building. Throughout his twenties and thirties, Leopold showed at galleries, contended in contests, and became part of a variety of collections. International acclaim came to him as a finalist in the Hyogo International Competition of Painting at the Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art in Kobe, Japan. Leopold continues to exhibit his work in galleries, competitions, and private events across the country and around the world. He now lives in the Chicago area with his family of muses and critics.

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