Steve Tepas is a contemporary painter and sculptor who produces large black and white conceptual paintings and sculpture that depict the complexity of human interactions, emotions, and the power of relationships. As the artist explains, his ‘Neo-Purism style, expands on the Purism movement led by the visionaries Le Corbusier and Ozenfant.’
To his mind, the focus is on the power of simplicity. Strip away the embellishment, you get to the truth of what the artist is trying to say. “Simplicity is the most difficult thing to secure in this world. Human interaction and relationships are multi-faced and complex. I would love to welcome you to join me on this visual journey.”
Like Tepas, the team, Elizabeth Ashe, Sandy Bellamy and Anna Gav, representing The New Art Examiner/Art Lantern at Art Basel Miami and the Miami art fairs welcomes you, our readers on this fascinating, enlightening, enjoyable journey into the art world. Thank you for coming along.