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Julian Stanczak: Dynamic Fields

Artwork: Julian Stanczak, Forming In White 3, 1991, Acrylic on canvas, 30" x 30"

David Richard Gallery is pleased to announce the upcoming presentation, Julian Stanczak: Dynamic Fields, the gallery’s fourth solo exhibition for the artist. The exhibition will remain on view through March 17, 2018 at the Santa Fe venue located at 1570 Pacheco Street, Suite E2, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505, P: 505-983-9555. A digital catalogue will be available online.

This exhibition explores Stanczak’s interest in creating dynamic paintings that convey energy and motion using a variety of methods, including angled and diagonal lines and gradients of color. Selections of “bound boxes”, “diagonal constructs” as well as more lyrical and rhythmic compositions from his “grass” paintings will be presented.
The current exhibition, Dynamic Fields, explores the “impact” of Stanczak’s paintings on the viewer and the sensations they create from the color palettes and compositions. Stanczak was interested in creating vibrant works that convey not only energy, but the sensation of movement and motion within the paintings. Selections from certain bodies of work, such as his “bound boxes”, “diagonal constructs” as well as more lyrical and rhythmic compositions from his “grass” paintings demonstrate how he used a variety of methods, including angled and diagonal lines and gradients of color to achieve his objectives.
#JulianStanczak @JulianStanczak @DavidRichardGalleries #DavidRichardGallery #DRProjects #AcrylicOnCanvas #OpArt #TheResponsiveEye #Elusive Transparencies #GridsAndPlanes #LinealPathways

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David RIchard Gallery - Santa Fe

Julian Stanczak: Dynamic Fields

Artwork: Julian Stanczak, Holding Secrets Late Light, 2006, Acrylic on panel,
24" x 24"
David Richard Gallery is pleased to announce the upcoming presentation, Julian Stanczak: Dynamic Fields, the gallery’s fourth solo exhibition for the artist. The exhibition will remain on view through March 17, 2018 at the Santa Fe venue located at 1570 Pacheco Street, Suite E2, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505, P: 505-983-9555. A digital catalogue will be available online.

This exhibition explores Stanczak’s interest in creating dynamic paintings that convey energy and motion using a variety of methods, including angled and diagonal lines and gradients of color. Selections of “bound boxes”, “diagonal constructs” as well as more lyrical and rhythmic compositions from his “grass” paintings will be presented.
The current exhibition, Dynamic Fields, explores the “impact” of Stanczak’s paintings on the viewer and the sensations they create from the color palettes and compositions. Stanczak was interested in creating vibrant works that convey not only energy, but the sensation of movement and motion within the paintings. Selections from certain bodies of work, such as his “bound boxes”, “diagonal constructs” as well as more lyrical and rhythmic compositions from his “grass” paintings demonstrate how he used a variety of methods, including angled and diagonal lines and gradients of color to achieve his objectives.
#JulianStanczak @JulianStanczak @DavidRichardGalleries #DavidRichardGallery #DRProjects #AcrylicOnCanvas #OpArt #TheResponsiveEye #Elusive Transparencies #GridsAndPlanes #LinealPathways

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David RIchard Gallery - Santa Fe

Julian Stanczak: Dynamic Fields

Artwork: Julian Stanczak, Filled with Light, 2002, Acrylic on canvas, 32" x 38"

David Richard Gallery is pleased to announce the upcoming presentation, Julian Stanczak: Dynamic Fields, the gallery’s fourth solo exhibition for the artist. The exhibition will remain on view through March 17, 2018 at the Santa Fe venue located at 1570 Pacheco Street, Suite E2, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505, P: 505-983-9555. A digital catalogue will be available online.

This exhibition explores Stanczak’s interest in creating dynamic paintings that convey energy and motion using a variety of methods, including angled and diagonal lines and gradients of color. Selections of “bound boxes”, “diagonal constructs” as well as more lyrical and rhythmic compositions from his “grass” paintings will be presented.
The current exhibition, Dynamic Fields, explores the “impact” of Stanczak’s paintings on the viewer and the sensations they create from the color palettes and compositions. Stanczak was interested in creating vibrant works that convey not only energy, but the sensation of movement and motion within the paintings. Selections from certain bodies of work, such as his “bound boxes”, “diagonal constructs” as well as more lyrical and rhythmic compositions from his “grass” paintings demonstrate how he used a variety of methods, including angled and diagonal lines and gradients of color to achieve his objectives.
#JulianStanczak @JulianStanczak @DavidRichardGalleries #DavidRichardGallery #DRProjects #AcrylicOnCanvas #OpArt #TheResponsiveEye #Elusive Transparencies #GridsAndPlanes #LinealPathways

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David RIchard Gallery - Santa Fe

Julian Stanczak: Dynamic Fields

Artwork: Julian Stanczak, Everything Passing, 1990, Acrylic on canvas, 68" x 36"

David Richard Gallery is pleased to announce the upcoming presentation, Julian Stanczak: Dynamic Fields, the gallery’s fourth solo exhibition for the artist. The exhibition will remain on view through March 17, 2018 at the Santa Fe venue located at 1570 Pacheco Street, Suite E2, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505, P: 505-983-9555. A digital catalogue will be available online.

This exhibition explores Stanczak’s interest in creating dynamic paintings that convey energy and motion using a variety of methods, including angled and diagonal lines and gradients of color. Selections of “bound boxes”, “diagonal constructs” as well as more lyrical and rhythmic compositions from his “grass” paintings will be presented.
The current exhibition, Dynamic Fields, explores the “impact” of Stanczak’s paintings on the viewer and the sensations they create from the color palettes and compositions. Stanczak was interested in creating vibrant works that convey not only energy, but the sensation of movement and motion within the paintings. Selections from certain bodies of work, such as his “bound boxes”, “diagonal constructs” as well as more lyrical and rhythmic compositions from his “grass” paintings demonstrate how he used a variety of methods, including angled and diagonal lines and gradients of color to achieve his objectives.
#JulianStanczak @JulianStanczak @DavidRichardGalleries #DavidRichardGallery #DRProjects #AcrylicOnCanvas #OpArt #TheResponsiveEye #Elusive Transparencies #GridsAndPlanes #LinealPathways

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David RIchard Gallery - Santa Fe

Julian Stanczak: Dynamic Fields

Artwork: Julian Stanczak, Centered Duality Red II, 1981, Acrylic on canvas, 30" x 30"

David Richard Gallery is pleased to announce the upcoming presentation, Julian Stanczak: Dynamic Fields, the gallery’s fourth solo exhibition for the artist. The exhibition will remain on view through March 17, 2018 at the Santa Fe venue located at 1570 Pacheco Street, Suite E2, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505, P: 505-983-9555. A digital catalogue will be available online.

This exhibition explores Stanczak’s interest in creating dynamic paintings that convey energy and motion using a variety of methods, including angled and diagonal lines and gradients of color. Selections of “bound boxes”, “diagonal constructs” as well as more lyrical and rhythmic compositions from his “grass” paintings will be presented.
The current exhibition, Dynamic Fields, explores the “impact” of Stanczak’s paintings on the viewer and the sensations they create from the color palettes and compositions. Stanczak was interested in creating vibrant works that convey not only energy, but the sensation of movement and motion within the paintings. Selections from certain bodies of work, such as his “bound boxes”, “diagonal constructs” as well as more lyrical and rhythmic compositions from his “grass” paintings demonstrate how he used a variety of methods, including angled and diagonal lines and gradients of color to achieve his objectives.
#JulianStanczak @JulianStanczak @DavidRichardGalleries #DavidRichardGallery #DRProjects #AcrylicOnCanvas #OpArt #TheResponsiveEye #Elusive Transparencies #GridsAndPlanes #LinealPathways

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Barbara and Krzys Stanczak in front of Julian Stanczak at the opening of Dynamic Fields at David Richard Gallery

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Julian Stanczak, “Dynamic Fields”, solo exhibition at David Richard Gallery @davidrichardgalleries in Santa Fe, NM. Opening tonight, on view through March 17, 2018. This painting, “Invitation to Touch 2”, 1986, 44x44”. @julianstanczak #julianstanczak #davidrichardgallery #colors #contemporaryart #abstractart #abstractpainting #josefalbers #OpticalArt #colorabstraction

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Opening Tonight

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Julian Stanczak: Dynamic Fields

Artwork: Julian Stanczak, Disaligned, 1987, Acrylic on canvas, 60" x 60"

David Richard Gallery is pleased to announce the upcoming presentation, Julian Stanczak: Dynamic Fields, the gallery’s fourth solo exhibition for the artist. There will be an opening reception on Saturday, February 10 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM and the exhibition will remain on view through March 17, 2018 at the Santa Fe venue located at 1570 Pacheco Street, Suite E2, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505, P: 505-983-9555. A digital catalogue will be available online.

This exhibition explores Stanczak’s interest in creating dynamic paintings that convey energy and motion using a variety of methods, including angled and diagonal lines and gradients of color. Selections of “bound boxes”, “diagonal constructs” as well as more lyrical and rhythmic compositions from his “grass” paintings will be presented.
The current exhibition, Dynamic Fields, explores the “impact” of Stanczak’s paintings on the viewer and the sensations they create from the color palettes and compositions. Stanczak was interested in creating vibrant works that convey not only energy, but the sensation of movement and motion within the paintings. Selections from certain bodies of work, such as his “bound boxes”, “diagonal constructs” as well as more lyrical and rhythmic compositions from his “grass” paintings demonstrate how he used a variety of methods, including angled and diagonal lines and gradients of color to achieve his objectives.
#JulianStanczak @JulianStanczak @DavidRichardGalleries #DavidRichardGallery #DRProjects #AcrylicOnCanvas #OpArt #TheResponsiveEye #Elusive Transparencies #GridsAndPlanes #LinealPathways

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David RIchard Gallery - Santa Fe

Julian Stanczak: Dynamic Fields

Artwork: Julian Stanczak, Central Shift, 1986, 44 x 44
Acrylic on canvas
1986
44 x 44

David Richard Gallery is pleased to announce the upcoming presentation, Julian Stanczak: Dynamic Fields, the gallery’s fourth solo exhibition for the artist. There will be an opening reception on Saturday, February 10 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM and the exhibition will remain on view through March 17, 2018 at the Santa Fe venue located at 1570 Pacheco Street, Suite E2, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505, P: 505-983-9555. A digital catalogue will be available online.

This exhibition explores Stanczak’s interest in creating dynamic paintings that convey energy and motion using a variety of methods, including angled and diagonal lines and gradients of color. Selections of “bound boxes”, “diagonal constructs” as well as more lyrical and rhythmic compositions from his “grass” paintings will be presented.
The current exhibition, Dynamic Fields, explores the “impact” of Stanczak’s paintings on the viewer and the sensations they create from the color palettes and compositions. Stanczak was interested in creating vibrant works that convey not only energy, but the sensation of movement and motion within the paintings. Selections from certain bodies of work, such as his “bound boxes”, “diagonal constructs” as well as more lyrical and rhythmic compositions from his “grass” paintings demonstrate how he used a variety of methods, including angled and diagonal lines and gradients of color to achieve his objectives.
#JulianStanczak @JulianStanczak @DavidRichardGalleries #DavidRichardGallery #DRProjects #AcrylicOnCanvas #OpArt #TheResponsiveEye #Elusive Transparencies #GridsAndPlanes #LinealPathways

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Another beautiful evening in Santa Fe and at David Richard Gallery

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David RIchard Gallery - Santa Fe

Julian Stanczak: Dynamic Fields

Artwork: Julian Stanczak, Centered Duality Pale, 1981, Acrylic on canvas, 30" x 30”

David Richard Gallery is pleased to announce the upcoming presentation, Julian Stanczak: Dynamic Fields, the gallery’s fourth solo exhibition for the artist. There will be an opening reception on Saturday, February 10 from 5:00 – 7:00 PM and the exhibition will remain on view through March 17, 2018 at the Santa Fe venue located at 1570 Pacheco Street, Suite E2, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87505, P: 505-983-9555. A digital catalogue will be available online.

This exhibition explores Stanczak’s interest in creating dynamic paintings that convey energy and motion using a variety of methods, including angled and diagonal lines and gradients of color. Selections of “bound boxes”, “diagonal constructs” as well as more lyrical and rhythmic compositions from his “grass” paintings will be presented.
The current exhibition, Dynamic Fields, explores the “impact” of Stanczak’s paintings on the viewer and the sensations they create from the color palettes and compositions. Stanczak was interested in creating vibrant works that convey not only energy, but the sensation of movement and motion within the paintings. Selections from certain bodies of work, such as his “bound boxes”, “diagonal constructs” as well as more lyrical and rhythmic compositions from his “grass” paintings demonstrate how he used a variety of methods, including angled and diagonal lines and gradients of color to achieve his objectives.
#JulianStanczak @JulianStanczak @DavidRichardGalleries #DavidRichardGallery #DRProjects #AcrylicOnCanvas #OpArt #TheResponsiveEye #Elusive Transparencies #GridsAndPlanes #LinealPathways

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