Thursday, March 26, 2009
Saturday, January 10, 2009
Oil on seven wood panels
46" x 40"
This is a show that is a must-see for me. I am always looking for a fresh perspective on geometric abstraction.
"Müller and Wilson, two painters whose work has been split between abstraction and representation, provide adept examples of paintings composed from the arrangement of humble squares, but which function foremost as matrices for the study of color relationships and personal moods." -from the press release for the exhibit
January 08, 2009 - February 07, 2009
Lori Bookstein Fine Art | 37 West 57th Street 3rd floor | New York NY 10019 | 212.750.0949 |
Posted by Al Doyle at 11:39 AM