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This is a black and white abstract diptych on a wood panel.  This series is very minimalistic and interior.  Most of the time, I use just two colors and work with geometric and abstract shapes. It doesn't appear as deep as the 'Chaos and Control Theory' series, although in some works I use the similar technique: I create an abstract expressionism painting on a surface first. And then I begin to organize the surface, ultimately thinking about balance and flow and how the piece is going to contribute to a space it is going to be hanging in. 

 -- Zach Touchon is an American contemporary abstract expressionist artist and muralist based in Los Angeles, CA. Besides that, Touchon is also an actor, a singer, a screenwriter, and a writer.  

Zach Touchon is an artist in the second generation. By rethinking abstract expressionism ideas, using different media he creates large abstract artwork along with small collages, huge murals, and interior installations. The main focus of his art is depth and space and finding a semantic and aesthetic balance between them.

BW1001, Black and White Abstract Diptych 2015

  • Height: 60 in. (152.4 cm)

    Width: 60 in. (152.4 cm)

    Depth: 0.75 in. (1.91 cm)

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