Resonant Frequencies explores the complex relationship of sound and image in contemporary art. The exhibition surveys the role that sound plays in the conceptual and aesthetic development of contemporary sculpture, painting and technologically-driven art.
Leslie Wilkes, 10.06 (gouache study), 2010 Gouache on paper 12 x 12 inches March 5 – April 9, 2011 For her second solo exhibition in New Mexico Leslie Wilkes elevates the scale of her dense, psychedelic gouaches, expanding them into a series of new large-scale oil paintings. Reflecting her life-long interest in pattern and bright color, the paintings are initially based largely on geometric patterns from the 1960’s. In the process of painting, Wilkes explores […]
David E. Peterson, Semi Truck T1, 2011 Acrylic on MDF March 1 – April 9, 2011 “I have always been fascinated with Semi- Trucks as objects. They always have the most amazing random color combinations, shapes, pin stripes and compositions. This is exactly the kind of material that I really love. I decided to go down to the hub of Southern American Logistics, which is at the intersection of Highway 42 and I285 and document […]
David E. Peterson Asics Oniksuka Tiger Collection Spring 2010, 2010 Acrylic, mdf and UV resin 82 panels 11 x 5 x 3 inches each Overall installation 3 x 28 feet September 11 – October 30, 2010 Alejandra von Hartz Gallery is pleased to announce the two-person exhibition Color Climate: Matthew Deleget / David E. Peterson. The exhibition will feature new abstract painting installations by Atlanta artist David E. Peterson and Brooklyn artist Matthew Deleget. Color […]
Felrath Hines, Kellylike, 1984 Oil on linen, 50 x 56 inches Collection of Nasher Museum of Art June 10 – September 5, 2010 “Color Balance” will contextualize a recent gift of abstract paintings by Felrath Hines (given to three area university art museums) by juxtaposing them with contemporary abstractionist, Alma Woodsey Thomas. Thomas’ large, exuberant acrylics based in nature will make a perfect contrast to Hines’ quiet oils with subtle color shifts, smooth surfaces and […]
Installation view March 8 – April 6, 2010 The SCAD exhibitions department presents Minimalish, a solo exhibition by SCAD painting professor Jason Hoelscher. Hoelscher’s vibrant, abstract paintings are primarily sourced from the rules of perspective and modernist abstraction, but are also influenced by graphic novels, pop, and punk culture. This seemingly unusual combination of elements offers an enlivened investigation of the historical and contemporary influences in art.
Jason Hoelscher, Catalyticon, 2009 Acrylic on canvas, 66 x 48 inches November 6, 2009 – January 2, 2010 Jason Hoelscher’s work explores the interzones between flat and spatial, between corporate and aesthetic. Using a sleek, minimal look influenced as much by logos and graphic design as by minimalism and hard-edge abstract painting, Hoelscher tests two of the dominant pictorial modes of painting over the last 500 years. Combining the visual cues of Renaissance perspective with […]
Lisa Hamilton, Open Secret, 2008 Oil on canvas, 36 x 32 inches October 17 — November 30, 2008 Jane Kim / Thrust Projects presents works by New York abstract painter Lisa Hamilton. Lisa Hamilton’s work is focused on the process of geometric constructions of color, shape, and line with an assertion of the materiality of paint. Building up and stripping down to the essential elements allows Hamilton to create and juxtapose opposing visual […]