3D Artworks

Dixon begins with unique wood constructions that are assembled piece by piece. The structures are primed, smoothed and finished with oil paint to provide viewers a refreshingly new art experience.

Sculpture

Dixon begins with unique wood constructions that are assembled piece by piece. The structures are primed, smoothed and finished with oil paint to provide viewers a refreshingly new art experience.

Beyond Cubism

Assembledge, found objects, mixed media

Found objects receive a new life as they are worked into complicated and often time surprising art themes.

Artist's Statement

Four years ago, after buying an old, battered guitar that someone had painted blue, I mused back to college art history studies. Topic? Cubism. Hey, what might Picasso's "Blue Guitar" painting actually look like in 3D! Back in the studio, I soon had a saw ripping through the guitar while jig saw blades hummed new life into pieces of scrap wood. After gluing all the parts together I saw art that magnified the essence of a guitar with a refreshing new geometry.  My “Cubism” was off the canvas! Today I continue deep into 3D creations. I hope you enjoy seeing familiar items in their new form, one-of-a-kind combinations that bring traditional cubism out into the realm of the third dimension and  provide the art enthusiast with refreshing visual and tactile treats. 


ABOUT DIXON BERGMAN

Dixon is a contemporary artist and oil painter who often uses his camera and computer to create digital art. Dixon considers himself as a “Constructionist. His work has been exhibited with numerous regional art associations in both Florida and Massachusetts.  A recent one-man exhibit of the new 3D works (Sponsored by the North River Art Society) ran June 9th – August 10, 2018, at the Jeanne Horan Gallery in Marshfield, Massachusetts.  In September, 2018, the LIGHT, SPACE & TIME ONLINE GALLERY listed him among the TOP 25 3D ARTISTS TO WATCH. Currently he has  a Solo Art Exhibition that will run online until November 14, 2018 at https://www.lightspacetime.art/dixon-bergman-solo-art-exhibition/.


Dixon has a BSME degree from Union College and has done graduate study at Yale School of Art.

3D Art reproductions that the visually impaired can enjoy through touch

These museum reproductions were constructed using a flat panel made of wood as the "canvas." Design elements were glued to the substrate piece-by-piece, layer upon layer. Surfaces were smoothed, carefully blended and primed before color was applied ... all in an attempt to be faithful both to the color palette and brush textures of the original painting.

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