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Artwork: Sanford Wurmfeld, II-15#1B (V-Y), 2001, Acrylic on canvas, 42" x 24"

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Michael Hedges, Moonbeam, oil on canvas, 60 x 48 in. Hedges solo show In Bloom is on view at @davidrichardgalleries in Santa Fe through May 26, and reviewed by @artbeatsantafe on our site (link in bio).


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Featured on International Art Exhibitions for Michael Hedges "In Bloom" in Santa Fe exhibition.

International Art Exhibitions is a non-commercial, non-profitmaking resource design for those engaged in the study and practice of art by providing information on selected current and forthcoming art exhibitions worldwide.

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David Richard Gallery

Artwork: Stephen Westfall, Jewel Curtain, 2015, Oil and alkyd on canvas, 75" x 50"

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David Richard Gallery

Artwork: John Vokoun, Structure of a Sunset I, 2017, Oil on panel, 40" x 30"

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David Richard Gallery

Artwork: Nina Tryggvadottir, Abstraction (NT-OL-60-10), 1960, Oil on linen, 38.38" x 25.125"

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Michael Hedges: In Bloom

THE Magazine
David Richard Gallery
March 23 – May 26, 2018
Michael Hedges is a painter based near Chicago. He is youngish, what we might call “mid-career,” and I would suggest that he’s an artist to watch as he continues making art over the years. In Bloom consists of fifteen oil paintings whose style and process seem to reflect an ardently informed education in the history of post-war abstraction, also known as the New York School and Action Painting, heroically embodied by mythic rivals Jackson Pollack and Willem De Kooning. Hedges is well versed in the tenets of mid-twentieth-century Modern painting, and has thoroughly absorbed the lessons of the push-and-pull of paint and dimensionality on a flat surface, as taught by Hans Hofmann, who was informed not a little by the pre-cubist works of Paul Cézanne.

Read the entire review here: https://themagsantafe.com/michael-hedges-in-bloom/. @artbeatsantafe @themagsantafe @michaelhedgesart @davidrichardgalleries


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Locals for Locals inaugural episode premieres this Thursday May, 10th at 4 pm on Facebook and YouTube. Featuring @davideichholtz of @davidrichardgalleries


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David Richard Gallery

Artwork: Richard Roth, Shocks and Struts, 2017, Acrylic on birch plywood, 12" x 8" x 4"

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David Richard Gallery

Artwork: Matthew Penkala, You Are My Center As I Spin Away, 2013, Acrylic on canvas stretched panel, 60" x 60"

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David Richard Gallery

Artwork: Rakuko Naito, RN1432-65, 1965, Acrylic on cotton canvas, 32" x 32" x 1.5"

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David Richard Gallery

Artwork: Mokha Laget, Airlift, 2017, Flashe and pigment on shaped canvas, 60" x 59" x 2"

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David Richard Gallery

Artwork: Tadaaki Kuwayama, TK4935-1/2-'65, 1965, Acrylic on canvas, 35.5" x 35.5"

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Last Week!

David Richard Gallery - Santa Fe

Marge Rector: Abstract and Captured Forms, 1967 to 1975

On view through April 28, 2018

The current exhibition, Abstract and Captured Forms, 1967 to 1975, explores 2 series of paintings, Captured Forms and Abstractions that Rector initiated in 1967. Captured Forms was one of several black and white series initiated in 1967 that consisted of bold Modernist structures with slight optical effects that evoked the sensation of vibration or movement. The other series were Reflections and Shadows. Her first series of black and white paintings, Visual Participation, were hard-edge, consisting of arrays of lines, dots and circles along with other fragmented shapes that created optical and illusory effects. Rector’s Abstraction series is far reaching, lasting until 2014 and included black and white as well as color-based abstractions, hard-edge forms, optical patterns and Color Field painting.

Like other artists throughout the US in the 1960s who explored Post-painterly abstraction, Rector worked independently and in isolation finding her own way through a myriad of aesthetic changes and approaches. Yet similar themes and tendencies emerged in parallel across many regions of the country. In Rector’s paintings, transitions from Modernist geometric structures and illusory effects gave way to her own experimental paintings that were comprised of 2 canvases stretched one in front of the other with about 2 inches separating them. The front canvas was surgically cut in select areas coincident with the compositions to create irregular shaped openings that revealed the canvas below. The shape of the openings clearly interacted with the painted structures in her compositions, but added a mysterious portal, another dimension and view to the world beyond the surface of the canvas.
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Last Week!

David Richard Gallery - Santa Fe

Michael Hedges: In Bloom
On view through April 28, 2018

Michael Hedges’ expressionist paintings are as much about energy as they are about color and texture. The energy, both in his physical approach to applying paint to the support as well as the color harmonies across the compositions, activates the surface and the viewer’s experience. Hedges’ passionately embraces Abstract Expressionism with his own color-based approach to expressionist and gestural abstract painting. According to the artist, his works, “begin as a problem of two or more color relationships to be explored through form”. He then pursues multiple parallel paths to resolve the “problem” on many separate canvases. An example of Hedges’ high energy and process-driven approach to create dynamic surfaces and color combinations.
This presentation includes recent paintings from 2016 and 2017. Roughly half are painted on natural linen in which Hedges’ approach is a little different than on canvas, revealing the linen support and numerous areas where the pigment is applied in thin brushy strokes to expose the weave and texture. There are still robust areas of saturated pigment applied in his usual thick and impasto strokes. The approach creates a unique surface with textural contrasts, while the color relationships and harmonies are as vibrant as ever. Another interesting aspect of this selection of paintings is the artist’s use of collaged elements. Painted patches of canvas and linen are applied to the painting surfaces to add a specific element of interest and spontaneity, maintaining energy at peak level with unexpected shifts in process.
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