To Depict Infinity

The Artwork of Wulf Barsch

Creative Art

Wulf Barsch studied art in Hamburg and Hanover, Germany, and is now Professor of Visual Arts at BYU. Although Barsch gives order to his paintings through mathematical precision and “sacred geometry”—divine proportions, circles, squares, parabolas, and the like—his brush stroke is loose, spontaneous, and very modern. The synthesis between the ancient Greek emphasis on proportion and his modern techniques brings a certain timeless character to his work.

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