Light Art

W.T. Stinson

“Immaterial Objects”

My artworks, which I refer to as “immaterial objects,” utilize the ethereal qualities of light and color to transfigure the viewer’s perception of space, time, and place. The result is best described as a metaphysical experience that evokes a sublime and/or spiritual state similar to viewing the artworks of Barnett Newman and Mark Rothko.

Art historian François C. Bucher described the essence of these artworks as “stained glass without the glass.”