Christopher Lucore was born in the Midwest, residing in Springfield, IL and Montauk, NY for the past twenty-four years. He attended Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY and graduated in the class of 2020 with a Bachelor of Arts in studio art and chemistry. He has now established a gallery and studio in Montauk located at 87 South Euclid Avenue, The Lucore Art, LLC. With each passing day I learn more about how to control acrylics. I learn more about how to make them do what I want. I learn more about how to make them fight less and allow them to do what they already want in a way that makes me happy. My work is a collision and a direct juxtaposition of that which is organic and that which is man-made. I seek to showcase and highlight the natural flow of the paint via contrast. I force the flow into ridged geometric shapes. I contrast the leveled surfaces with heavy imposto… and when I get bored, I try something new. My inspirations are space, infinity, the very nature of high contrast. These concepts are captivating because they shape so much of our perception, yet they always seem just outside the reach of total understanding.