Labyrinth of color

– New York Exhibition

“I see the work as a silent dialogue between the adult’s interpreting eye and the children’s fabulous fantasy world,”

Kasper Dyrvig Randorff

About the artist

Inspired by the forms and figures of children’s drawings, Kasper Dyrvig Randorff’s works aesthetically interpret a child’s world, preserving their inherent truth, naiveté and honesty. “I see the work as a silent dialogue between the adult’s interpreting eye and the children’s fabulous fantasy world,” notes the artist. His computer graphic paintings enhance and enliven each original drawing. Form, balance and color are skillfully employed to further uplift the feeling and message of a child’s whimsy and innocent sanguinity. The original shapes and constructs that moved young hands to capture a feeling or emotion are respected.

Whether bugs or planes, birds or houses, Kasper Dyrvig Randorff’s works don’t compete with a child’s imagery, but rather elevate it, creating a world that bridges the gap between adult perceptions and a child’s fertile imagination. The artist succeeds in underscoring the open emotions and visual exaggeration that minds free of adult restraint find in a world they don’t fully understand. Through these works, we gain a deeper perspective and understanding of a child’s solipsistic views as a non-adult.