Working in acrylic, powdered bronze, gold, aluminum, and other metals, painter Justin Perdue’s modernist, abstract, contemporary, figurative art works range from 15-foot multiple canvas paintings to mixed-media works. These constructions, collages and paintings also incorporate colored tissue and construction papers, mylar, styrofoam and foamcore, cast plaster, powdered metals, and plywood.
Contemporary artist Justin Perdue’s multimedia constructions and collages make use of a wide variety of techniques and media. Materials used to create the artworks include colored tissue and construction papers, mylar, styrofoam and foamcore, cast plaster, powdered metals, and plywood. The pieces also employ acrylic paints and medium and powdered metal – used extensively in Justin’s paintings.
Ranging from abstract to figurative, his modernist paintings are primarily inspired by jazz music (drawing upon his experience as a jazz guitarist), modern dance, and depict abstractions of the female nude. Some of these works have also been distilled into computer-generated art.