Fenske Unveils the Secret World of Invisible Art
Noted artist, Gary Fenske, gives tribute to a forgotten art form and its secretive 100 year history.
He first saw fluorescing art in New York City in 1958. “Life often sets you on an unknown path that controls your destiny. That is the beauty of it. Every turn opens up fresh opportunities that lead to new adventures,” says Fenske. First revealing how fluorescing pigments were discovered, he then discloses the illustrious past of invisible fine art. Share his passionate efforts and personal struggles as he tries to preserve the art movement from obscurity.
Showing us why he calls it "invisible art," this full-color book is packed with paintings from Fenske’s private invisible art collection. You will see, through his eyes, the fascinating history and nuances of an almost forgotten art form.
Honing his talents for over 50 years, Fenske became noted as the master of luminism. Exhibitions of his work have toured throughout Japan, Monaco, Dubai, China and the United States.
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From the mouth of the artist, this full-color illustrated art book contains the unknown history of fluorescing art and artist Gary Fenske's contribution to the art form.
A photo of one of Gary Fenske's scientific musings. What would the smallest unit of a quantum 3D pixel look like. He explains it fully in the appendix of his new book.
Gary Fenske remembering his roots. His professional art career started over 40 years ago in Hawaii.
An example of luminous fine art. This image in the painting in the dark under a black light. The difference between the night scene and day scene can be remarkable. Two paintings are on one canvas. One is always invisible.