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Caspar Baum
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • City Dream
Oil on Canvas
43.5" x 55" 

    City Dream

    Oil on Canvas
    43.5" x 55"
  • Gass Chamber Auswitz 2
Oil on Canvas
39.5" x 55.5" 

    Gass Chamber Auswitz 2

    Oil on Canvas
    39.5" x 55.5"
  • Hong Kong Harbour
Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
35.5" x 43.5" 

    Hong Kong Harbour

    Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
    35.5" x 43.5"
  • Landscape After Death
Oil on Canvas
71" x 71" 

    Landscape After Death

    Oil on Canvas
    71" x 71"
  • New York 2
Oil & Acrylic on Canvas
39.5" x 59" 

    New York 2

    Oil & Acrylic on Canvas
    39.5" x 59"
  • Night in the City
Oil on Canvas
67" x 67" 

    Night in the City

    Oil on Canvas
    67" x 67"
  • Pacific 2
Acrylic on Canvas
35.5" x 47" 

    Pacific 2

    Acrylic on Canvas
    35.5" x 47"
  • Pacific Ocean
Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
86.5" x 59" 

    Pacific Ocean

    Acrylic & Oil on Canvas
    86.5" x 59"
  • Rainforest
Oil on Canvas
40.5" x 30" 

    Rainforest

    Oil on Canvas
    40.5" x 30"
  • Rhodes Monastery
Oil on Canvas
27.5" x 18" 

    Rhodes Monastery

    Oil on Canvas
    27.5" x 18"
  • Rhodes Palace
Oil on Canvas
27.5" x 18" 

    Rhodes Palace

    Oil on Canvas
    27.5" x 18"
  • Sketch for Night in the Garden
Pen on Paper
12" x 18" 

    Sketch for Night in the Garden

    Pen on Paper
    12" x 18"
  • Sketch for Tropical 2
Polychrome Pencil
14" x 12" 

    Sketch for Tropical 2

    Polychrome Pencil
    14" x 12"
  • Souls in the Tropical Forest
Oil & Acrylic on Canvas
71" x 77" 

    Souls in the Tropical Forest

    Oil & Acrylic on Canvas
    71" x 77"
  • Tropical
Oil & Acrylic on Canvas
40.5" x 30" 

    Tropical

    Oil & Acrylic on Canvas
    40.5" x 30"
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Caspar Baum

Artist Caspar Baum deconstructs the built and natural worlds with his oil and acrylic paintings. He balances his subjects with unobstructed backgrounds or blurred settings, giving the artist space to capture the light, color, and structure of his subject to be the focus. To create each piece, Baum carefully divides his canvases into portions that correspond in both size and density, then re-composes each segment to assemble an imaginative, subdued environment. His recent series was inspired by Gothic cathedrals and explores dynamic structures and how they integrate themselves into our environments.

 
Inspired by the atmosphere, stillness, and tranquility he experienced while traveling through Eastern Asia, Baum intends his works to bring those elements into a given space. An avid traveler, Baum gives us a window into all the places he’s been and the scenes that defined these experiences. “My paintings depict my artistic journeys—incorporating elements of travel, fascination, discovery, and cultural interaction,” said the artist. Unobstructed backgrounds are leveled with the allocation of the subject, be it a forest, valley or surface of a structure. As the piece takes hold and shape, Baum becomes the brave intruder creating an integrative diary of the earth’s natural vastness. Baum has previously exhibited at the Deutsche Bank Foundation, the Ulmer Museum, the Hans Werner Henze Collection, and the Richard Meier Studio and Agora Art Gallery, both in New York.