October 6 - November 4, 2018
Kasper’s own special brand of contemporary geometric abstraction has few peers in the Australian art world.
A long-time resident and explorer of Victoria’s famed Surf Coast, Kasper’s nuanced blending of minimalism, geometry, hard edge conventions and painterly detailing produces bold and intricate explorations of his own natural and cultural environments – layered material notations, pigmented records and maps of worlds both internal and external, familial and personal.
The son of renowned Australian Mambo illustrator, Jeff Raglus, Kasper grew up surrounded by creativity, and wearing the artwork of his father which lead him on a trajectory to study graphic art.
The last few years has seen Kasper exhibit in several major local and international exhibitions. He now lives on the coast based in Aireys Inlet and revels in painting, surfing and spending time with much loved dog Jirra.