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Christopher Skura
updated: 07/06/2012
website: www.christopherskura.com/artworks
 
   
 
 
     
 
Artwork Title
art-medium
art-year
dimensions
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Untitled
Infinity Split
Do You Know Square Pusher?c
Late Bloomer
Grow Room
Satellite Shooter
Rip, Rig and Panic
Untitled
Tether
Untitled
Untitled
Rogue Actor
Rain Machine
Rain Maker 1
Untitled
 
Portfolio Keywords:  biomorphic, mapping, futuristic, systems, diagrammatic, obsessive
 
 
Untitled by Christopher Skura
Untitled
gouache on paper
2010
24" x  16" 
Infinity Split by Christopher Skura
Infinity Split
oil
2007
24 24 " x  24 32 " 
Do You Know Square Pusher?c by Christopher Skura
Do You Know Square Pusher?c
colored pencil, pencil, graphite, ink
2008
32"" x  48"" 
Late Bloomer by Christopher Skura
Late Bloomer
colored pencil, pencil, graphite, ink
2007
24" x  32" 
Grow Room by Christopher Skura
Grow Room
colored pencil, pencil, graphite, ink
2007
24"" x  24"" 
Satellite Shooter by Christopher Skura
Satellite Shooter
colored pencil, pencil, graphite, ink
2006
24"" x  32"" 
Rip, Rig and Panic by Christopher Skura
Rip, Rig and Panic
colored pencil, pencil, graphite, ink
2006
24"" x  32"" 
Untitled by Christopher Skura
Untitled
colored pencil, pencil, graphite, ink
2008
14"" x  28"" 
Tether by Christopher Skura
Tether
colored pencil, pencil, graphite, ink
2001
22" x  28" 
Untitled by Christopher Skura
Untitled
gouache
2011
24" " x  16" 
Untitled by Christopher Skura
Untitled
flashe paint on paper
2011
24" x  32" 
Rogue Actor by Christopher Skura
Rogue Actor
gouache, colored pencil, ink
2011
24"" x  26"" 
Rain Machine by Christopher Skura
Rain Machine
ink, colored pencil, gouache
2009
0" x  0" 
Rain Maker 1 by Christopher Skura
Rain Maker 1
flashe paint on paper
2011
24" x  32" 
Untitled by Christopher Skura
Untitled
fired ceramic with oxide glaze
2011
20 " x  0 "  x 5 " 

Artist Statement
The more machine-like of Skura’s drawings are meditations on genetics and the frantic pace of medical and technological advances. Others are populated by a complex web of tiny blocks connected chemical-model style and stacked layer upon layer. Tiny symbols and building blocks, scattered about the paper that reach for each other connect in strings or seek isolation, bringing to mind not only the fabric of chemicals and molecules, but that of political, cultural and social spheres".

Damarys Ocana /  “Street Miami” 2005

Artist Bio / CV

Ringling College of Art and Design / B.F.A. Fine Arts/ Painting

Ringling College of Art and Design,
Certificate for Independent Study in Sculpture

New York University / A.A Degree / Liberal Arts

Art Students League / Life Drawing and Anatomy

Florida Gulf Coast Art Center / Painting and Ceramics

Change Grant, NY, NY