New Paintings for New Season

September is traditionally the start of the new art season and this month I’ll have two new paintings up (along with three older ones) at Artists’ Gallery in Lambertville, NJ.

The Explanatory Gap is a tough one to capture in a photograph: what you see will vary depending upon the lighting and the angle with which you view the painting.  From one angle, you’ll see a golden curvy mesh (Turing Pattern style); from another, a different scale of marks and contrasts will appear in blues, grays, and greens.

The Explanatory Gap, acrylic/panel, 24x24

Also up this month (once I get around to hanging it later today) is Center of Narrative Gravity #4.

Center of Narrative Gravity #4, acrylic/panel, 24x24

The opening reception for this month’s show, featuring artists John Treichler and Richard Harrington and “New Jersey Blues”, is Saturday, September 11, from 6-9pm.

Also, a quick reminder that tomorrow (Sunday, September 12, 2010) is the artist reception for the Absolutely Abstract show at the Philadelphia Sketch Club (235 S. Camac St, Philadelphia, PA), from 2-4pm.  The show is only up through September 14, so this is sort of a “closing reception”.  My painting, Connections, is included in this large assortment of abstract art.

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