Gerry Chapleski is a painter based in Broomfield, CO. His technique consists of creating custom painting tools out of things like plastic, mylar, acetate, rubber, old credit cards, in order to squish, scrape, smudge and smear the paint in varying degrees. Gerry explains his work by saying, "I suppose that at this point…
"Interesting w/ smears of paint and it's a woman's face. I like it."
"For me , portraits always have a place in "art" just not the whole place. I am always happy to see a fresh approach to the image of the face and this is one of those fresh approaches for me. I know t"
"surreal portrait is weird....very pleasant change"