Artist Gregory Euclide pretends to spill a bucket of paint, but really, creates excruciatingly detailed dioramas for your viewing pleasure. He creates relief paintings, flat paintings, and installations that riff on the natural and built environments. Two of his pieces showed this weekend as part of PULSE at the Metropolitan Pavilion.
Clearly inspired by landscapes, Euclide is another but a painter of landscapes. He uses a wide array of materials – from hair and polymer resin to blackberry seeds and sedum – to create is playful, yet contemplative, pieces. Next up for Euclide? An album artwork collaboration with Bon Iver’s Justin Vernon and a June showing at the Museum of Art & Design’s “Otherwordly.”