VASA MIHICH “SUNSHINE CUBE” SCULPTURE, 1987

$850

Vasa Mihich is a renowned Los Angeles-based artist known for his sleek, colorful and captivating acrylic sculptures. He is a Senior Professor of Design at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) where he has taught color theory for many years.

Mihich has been working in acrylics for nearly 50 years, whether on canvas or through sculpture.  

His sculptures, with their different geometric planes suspended in acrylic, are dynamic and endlessly fascinating.

“Sunshine Cube'' is an early example of Mihich’s exploration of light and color. Like the best of his work, this piece is highly illusive with the bold colors dramatically shifting depending on the viewer’s vantage point.  

This work is unique to the Mihich sculptures we’ve handled in the past, which are typically elongated into rectangular forms. From one angle, the compact cube is intersected with a strong, neon pink right angle triangle that appears to divide the sculpture's surface area in half.

The triangle alters before your eyes as you begin to move around this work, either multiplying or vanishing depending on your perspective. The neon pink disintegrates into an array of vibrant oranges, creating a mirage of gentle ombre hues. 

After dedicating years of his career to education, Mihich now commits himself fully to his studio in Los Angeles where he continues to push the potential of acrylic sculpture. 

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Inscribed signature E/125 Vasa 87

Acrylic

3.5" cube

USA, 1987

Very good condition overall - detailed condition report available upon request.

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