Constructed Abstract architectural Volumes

Daniel Mullen make images of abstract architectural volumes, that seem weightless and transparent, where the scale is left to the imagination of the viewer.

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Monument to the future (180x180cm Synthetic Polymer,pencil on canvas, 2015)

Monument to the future (180x180cm Synthetic Polymer,pencil on canvas, 2015)

Colossal Ascention (60x40cm Synthetic Polymer on canvas, 2015)

Colossal Ascension (60x40cm Synthetic Polymer on canvas, 2015)

Tower (75x60cm Synthetic Polymer on canvas, 2015) Tower (75x60cm Synthetic Polymer on canvas, 2015)

Tower (75x60cm Synthetic Polymer on canvas, 2015)

Perpetual symmetry (180x180cm Synthetic Polymer,pencil on canvas, 2015)

Perpetual symmetry (180x180cm Synthetic Polymer,pencil on canvas, 2015)

Oscillating horizon (200x200cm Synthetic Polymer,pencil on canvas, 2015)

Oscillating horizon (200x200cm Synthetic Polymer,pencil on canvas, 2015)

Expanding Symmetry (60x50cm Synthetic Polymer on canvas, 2015)

Expanding Symmetry (60x50cm Synthetic Polymer on canvas, 2015)

Constructing the Horizon (180x140cm Synthetic Polymer on canvas, 2015)

Constructing the Horizon (180x140cm Synthetic Polymer on canvas, 2015)

Augmenting Space (120x105cm Synthetic Polymer on canvas, 2015

Augmenting Space (120x105cm Synthetic Polymer on canvas, 2015

Moving Repetition, 140x180cm oil on canvas 2014

Moving Repetition, 140x180cm oil on canvas 2014