by Gerry Mak in New Art on Monday 17 May 2010

Like a latter day Keith Haring, Canadian artist Luke Ramsey fills walls, public spaces, various objects, and pieces of paper with impossibly intricate and busy drawings that reveal more detail the longer one looks. There’s more spacial depth in his work than the iconic 80s artist, and rather than redefining the surfaces he works on, Ramsey creates little narratives with awesomely weird characters and landscapes.

Ramsey, along with his wife, also operates the Islands Fold Art Farm on Pender Island, B.C. He’s currently showing some work at the Harmonic Huh show at the Hexagon in Baltimore, also featuring work by LA’s Sarah Anderson and Charlottesville’s Andy Jenkins.
luke ramsey art
luke ramsey art
luke ramsey art
luke ramsey art