Via CBC Arts on YouTube.
Toronto-based artist Callen Schaub invites us into his studio to see how he uses swinging troughs, paint can pendulums, and bicycle parts to create his signature abstract paintings.
Callen Schaub’s practice draws from a rich history of artists using spinning and dripping techniques — from Damien Hirst to Jackson Pollock. But Callen has invented his own homemade devices that include swinging troughs, paint can pendulums and bicycle parts that help him create his signature works. In this video, Callen takes you inside his paint-splattered studio for a look at how he makes his dazzling works of art.
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