Stuart Netsky, Thunder in the Sun

Stuart Netsky: Thunder in the Sun (2006) Enamel and resin on aluminum
Thunder in the Sun
Enamel and resin on aluminum
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Museum purchase, 2008
 60"x 60"

Made of enamel and poured resin, Thunder in the Sun explodes like a solar flare oozing through the sun's corona into freezing space. Stuart Netsky's vivid colors -rich dark blues and lipstick red -flow like molten matter against a rich "lava” of gold. The differing viscosities of the various pigmented materials within the resins cause mixing between some colors and repulsion between others, resulting in a variety of striking effects.

Netsky attended Drexel University and earned his MFA from Tyler School of Art.

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