Gene Guynn’s Nebulous Portraits

by Nastia VoynovskayaPosted on

Referencing popular science fiction and Pagan rituals alike, Gene Guynn‘s portraits combine kitsch, mysticism and cinema. Encapsulating his protagonists in geometrically shaped canvases, Guynn gives his often nude human characters a sense of monumental importance, positioning them within galaxies as if their bodies form part of the constellations themselves. A disparate set of influences, like the renowned painter Lucian Frued and Star Trek alike, can be seen swirling about in Guynn’s nebulous paintings. Take a look at some images courtesy of the artist.

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