Beyond Limits and Byronic Series by Boris Pelcer

Awe. Ink & Acrylic on Bristol. 6.5 x 6.5 in.

Boris Pelcer (b. 1985, Sarajevo, Bosnia) is an artist & designer based out of Milwaukee, WI, USA. His work is inspired by the sublime & the enigmatic facets of the human psyche, the human condition & the cosmos. He divides his time between personal & commercial projects. The challenge of balancing the two fields helps him continually evolve.

“Beyond Limits -Seeing irreplaceable qualities & eternal beauty in an everyday human being goes beyond the limits of symbolic language & physical pleasure. Such notions exist in the confines of the mystical & to some extent are driven & defined by their own mysticism. Those notions inspired this series.” Boris Pelcer

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Closer Ink & Acrylic on Bristol. 6.5 x 6.5 in.

Touch and Beyond Ink & Acrylic on Bristol. 6.5 x 6.5 in.

“Byronic – Byronic is a type of character, named after the English Romantic poet Lord Byron. Byronic characters, incapable of love, or capable only of an impossible love, suffer endlessly. They are solitary, languid & their condition exhausts them. To feel alive it must be in the terrible exaltation of a brief & destructive action (Camus, The Rebel, p.49). This series was created to visually capture the dark mysticism of Byronic characters.”Boris Pelcer

Byronic I. Acylic & Digital. 4 x 6.

Byronic II. Acylic & Digital. 4 x 6.

Byronic III. Acylic & Digital. 4 x 6.

Byronic IV. Acylic & Digital. 4 x 6.

Byronic V. Acylic & Digital. 4 x 6.

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2 Responses to Beyond Limits and Byronic Series by Boris Pelcer

  1. bwcarey says:

    a great talent, may he use it wisely

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