The paintings of Tampa based artist Ryan Trombley nearly seem to move – to swell, shrink, and bulge in various pockets of each canvas. His pieces are often abstracted using a peculiar method of stripes and geometric forms of white canvas. These empty lines set a sort of tight, almost uneasy rhythm. In a way they reflect Trombley’s conceptual swings between simplicity and complexity as well as a viewer’s urge to at once consider each stripe individually while taking several steps back and allowing the pieces to blend together. Click on the images to enlarge them, and the painting is suddenly very different. Check out Ryan Trombley’s website here, to see more of his work.