Trippy Pour Paintings by Holton Rower @ The Hole NYC

While sitting outside waiting for the opening of Holton Rower's first solo exhibit at The Hole this past weekend, people from all different walks of life strolling by the gallery window stopped in their tracks and stared in awe of the massive "Pour Paintings" on display. 

Holton creates these incredibly large and in charge sculptures by pouring massive amounts of paint over plywood, and waiting not days or weeks, but months for them to dry. The result of this seemly simple process are these trippy and totally psychedelic sculptures resembling geodes, brain scans, and topographic maps (to each his own). Every sculpture is completely unique, and the paints used vary in texture - some are infused with reflective elements that add even more dimension to the work. If you're interested in having one of your own, be prepared to dole out anywhere from $20,000 to $55,000 per pour. These photos, although incredibly awesome, don't do total justice to the impressiveness of the art, so we definitely suggest popping into The Hole one day to take a look for yourself.

what Holton Rower Pour Paintings
where The Hole, 312 Bowery NYC
when until May 26th