HERE IS A GUIDE TO IDENTIFYING
NATHAN COPPEDGE'S ARTWORK, CALLED
HYPER-CUBISM

First some remarks: Hyper-Cubism
combines the characteristics of Op-Art and
pure abstraction. Nathan counts himself
amongst a small group of artists talented
enough to construe the style (others include
Peter Daverington and Paolo Mascatelli.
there is also a cinematographer named
Gabriel Shalom, who has written a manifesto).

Nathan has produced over a thousand
artworks in the Hyper-Cubist style.

Now for identification---

In some cases Nathan's work is marked by a
characteristic set of initials 'NLC' depicted
sideways in a characteristic manner as
shown below.

In other cases, the drawings are often
marked with the term 'HYPER-CUBISM'
depicted in the lower left hand corner in
capital letters and Nathan's full name
printed in the lower right hand corner.

In the case of paintings, often the name is
listed on the back of the artwork, and there
is often a date signifying the approximate
date of production.

There should also be a listing of the medium
of the painting, and instructions on preserving
the artwork where it is deemed necessary
(such as 'do not expose to rain' or conversely
'semi-waterproof ink')


THE VALUE OF NATHAN'S WORK

Coppedge's work is collectively estimated to be
valued at $1 million, based on one $1 million sale.


GALLERY:

http://www.etsy.com/shop/HyperCubism

I welcome collectors of all backgrounds,     
and even actively seek the addition of    
my artwork to museum collections.

Make your contribution to this avant-garde          
movement by spreading the word

Hyper-Cubism!

If you have an ongoing attachment or
curiosity about Hyper-Cubism, consider
joining the very interesting
Facebook
Hyper-Cubism Group.

A GUIDE TO IDENTIFYING AND APPRAISING
NATHAN COPPEDGE'S HYPER-CUBISM
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THE "PIECEWISE" STYLE
THE "LAMBENT" STYLE OF
NATHAN COPPEDGE
ABOVE LEFT: THE 'LATCH' STYLE,
RIGHT: THE "CORRUSCATED" STYLE
LEFT: THE "BEZEL" STYLE; RIGHT: THE "HORNED"
STYLE MIXED WITH THE EXTRUDED STYLE
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NOTES: One of my articles on Hyper-Cubism
has been re-published at:

Fringe-Dog Magazine
THE "INTERFACE" STYLE
LEFT: THE "ARCHETEYPAL" STYLE. NOTICE THE
SHORT HORIZONTAL LINES. RIGHT: ANOTHER
EXAMPLE OF THE"ARCHETYPAL"STYLE
THE "ORNATE" STYLE:
NOTE DARKENED AREAS.
THE "ZAZZY" STYLE
THE SIGNATURE THAT
APPEARS ON SOME OF
NATHAN'S PAINTINGS
THE "CHINKED" OR
"CUBIST" STYLE
LEFT: THE "HUSK/ARMOR" STYLE; RIGHT:
THE "ESCHER" STYLE
THE "PLATFORM" STYLE
THE "ITERATIVE" STYLE

You may also have viewed Nathan's work at
the following online gallery locations:
http://www.impossiblemachine.com/Gallery2
http://www.saatchiart.com/hypercubism
http://www.geocities.com/drypress/Artwork.html

My art has been on the web in some form since
approximately 2003.
"THE PICASSO STYLE" (TWO SO FAR)