A Trip Through Rod Luff’s Neon Forests

Rod Luff took America by storm first with a well received solo show in April 2011 at Long Beach’s Phone Booth Gallery and following it up with a sell out show in May 2011 as the grand opening of San Francisco’s Spoke Art.   The Sydney based artist uses bursts of light and color to contrast with a dark foreground, characterized by a feeling usually described with terms like ethereal and fantastic.   Although his body of work covers everything from homeless people to blues musicians, his art is most often noted for its mythological tone and for the recurring themes of owls and nude figures.  Working most often with oil, he is unafraid of crossing (and mixing) genres, with a vibrant take on a number of styles including classicist portraiture and impressionism.

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From the tarmac to truck stops my life has revolved around the road for the last ten years. A long time fan of the arts, I have made a point of sharing the shows and artists from everywhere I go. From sell out shows full of media and celebrities in Los Angeles to dusty shops in Fargo, I offer it all to you.

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