Born Melbourne VIC, 1990 Lives and works in Aireys Inlet I Managwhawz VIC
Kasper Raglus’ nuanced blending of minimalism, geometry and hard-edge conventions result in skilfully realised paintings. Over the last decade, he has steadfastly continued to refine the formal elements and pictorial symbols that populate his own singular sphere of geometric abstraction.
Although steeped in the rigid language of lines, shapes and abstraction, Kasper’s works warmly conjure a sense of both our internal and outer worlds. Existing as contemplative spaces, his paintings appear to give access to trans-dimensional universes, places where our perception is tested through the clever use of perspective, colour and form.
Kasper has presented his work in numerous solo and group exhibitions across the nation. He been recognised for his practice through his selection as a finalist in the recent Muswellbrook Art Prize in 2020 and the Fisher's Ghost Art Award in 2019. His sought-after paintings are held in numerous private collections.