Vancouver artist Cameron McLellan uses simple points and lines to create complex illustrative images celebrating abstraction and architecture. The artist also delves into west coast forest scenes and landscapes.
While so many points and lines on the page lends these images a certain energy, I find them rather calming and peaceful. Perhaps it’s Cameron’s careful use of negative space, where the lines seem to coexist with the paper, rather than sit on top of it. Cameron’s Form series celebrates modern architecture, with drawings of flat, rectangular houses peeking out from behind trees and mountainous terrain.
In his Line gallery, Cameron creates abstract works built from uniform lines. In a few works, A number of short, straight lines come together to create an expanding geometric form. In others, twisting, wavy lines form what could be river systems or muscle tissue.