Matt Bilfield is a contemporary artist who works with painted dowels to make his art. The end result are images that are a cross between Roy Lichtenstein and Chuck Close.
Bilfield’s work is similar to that of lenticular advertising sign art of the 1920’s and 1930’s. The basis of this type of art is that the image to the viewer changes depending on the angle they are standing.
Matt Bilfield was born in New Jersey.
In this clip we view a booth for New York art show featuring the work of Matt Bilfield:
Bilfield’s most renown work is called Peggy. Peggy measures 7 feet by 3 feet. The artist used almost 2800 hand painted dowels. The work is a salue to a work titled M-maybe by Roy Lichtenstein.
Bilfield also works in television industry as an animator.
The artist is based out of Los Angeles, California.
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Below a link to the website of the artist:
In this cilp we view some works by the artist from 2015:
What a great style of contemporary art! An image that changes as the viewer moves. What in interesting concept!