Geometric Shapes and Color: In Service To Form, Motion, Pattern, Depiction, Memory and Abstraction

David RIchard Gallery

Oct. 17, 2024 - Nov. 16, 2023

508 West 26th St, Studio 9F
New York, 10001
PHONE 917 853-8161

David Richard Gallery is pleased to present, Geometric Shapes and Color: In Service to Form, Motion, Pattern, Depiction, Memory, and Abstraction, a group exhibition including artists: Siri Berg, Bettina Blohm, Sonia Gechtoff, Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe, James Kelly, Dee Shapiro, Oli Sihvonen, Gary Stephan, and Thornton Willis. Most of the artists live and work in New York, except for Blohm who also has a studio in Berlin and Jeremy Gilbert-Rolfe who has lived and worked in California and Florida. Most of the artists are on the roster and exhibit regularly with the Gallery. However, this exhibition marks the debut presentation for Bettina Blohm and Gary Stephan.

The artworks in this presentation are handmade, they are painterly, and the artist’s hand is ever present. Precise execution of each stroke and mark is not as important as the basic shapes and color as well as the artist’s influences and underlying concepts. The compositions and individual artworks are often process-driven, focused on formalist concerns and pure abstraction, while full of meaning and content despite their otherwise non-objective appearance. The objectives of each artist with respect to their compositions and individual artworks range from concepts and interests such as: form, motion, pattern, depiction, memory, and non-representational abstraction.

There are 30 artworks in this exhibition with 22 installed on the walls and all presented in the digital online catalog.

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