Throughout the works of New York based artist Eric Cahan, the themes of light, sky, sunsets, sunrises, science and nature are clear. He’s also influenced by Colour Theory, which explains how colours, tones and hues combine with one another. We particularly love his sculptural pieces, which are effectively 3D interpretations of his photographic work and are made from polyester resin. The aim is to capture and manipulate light, and to remind the viewer of the sky or sea. “My work is meant to capture a moment in nature, asking and empowering the viewer to be fully present, involved, and uplifted. I want the viewer to be drawn in, and be completely absorbed by, rather than separate from, that fleeting moment in time”, says Cahan. Clearly, the sculptures are also influenced by their surroundings, making them change based on where they are placed.